NanoCool Technology

How evaporative cooling works

Water evaporating in a vacuum has seven times the cooling power of melting ice.

Using the principle of evaporative cooling, NanoCool temperature controlled packaging continuously evaporates small quantities of water at low pressure over hours and days of operation.

Cooling begins within seconds of pushing the activation button, which releases the flow of a small quantity of water within the system. In five minutes the cooler is working to its potential. Water flow within the cooler is regulated (responding to ambient temperatures) and this protects your product from external temperature fluctuations during transport.

Because there are no gel packs, and no need to refrigerate or freeze anything, NanoCool packaging can be stored at normal warehouse temperatures.

Easy as 1 – 2 – 3

Easily portable, NanoCool 2-8°C systems arrive ready to activate and ship. There’s no need to freeze and condition gel packs (or worry about whether gel packs have been conditioned or packed correctly).

Easy as 1-2-3

1. Open box, remove cooling engine and place silver foil side down on a flat surface. Push straight down on the activation button.

Easy as 1-2-3

2. Notice the NanoCool logo turning blue between 30 seconds and 3 minutes indicating cooling has begun. Confirm by touching the surface of the cooling engine near the activation button.

Easy as 1-2-3

3. Load product into the payload compartment, replace the cooling engine, close the box and tape shut prior to shipping.