Compressed Shipping Container (CSC)

Refrigerated Condition CSC

Through the combined use of volume reduction and our advanced Hydrogel Packs, the Compressed Shipping Container (CSC) for refrigerated conditions can reduce both your outbound freight costs and required storage space by up to 75%.

Application
Send a complete refrigerated condition shipper to collection sites in both ¼ of the space and ¼ of the weight required by traditional EPS shippers.

Collection sites simply have to open the kit, condition the HydroGel Packs according to the enclosed directions and pack the shipper with the collected specimens to return to your central lab.

Tested and Certified at an Independent ISTA Laboratory
The TPC Refrigerated Compressed Shipping Container with TPC HydroGel Packs has been tested and certified at an independent US lab to ensure that specimens will remain between 2C and 8C for up to 72 hours when exposed to external temperatures of up to 50C (122F).

Combination Refrigerated & Ambient Condition CSC

Through the combined use of volume reduction and our advanced Hydrogel Packs, the Compressed Shipping Container (CSC) for combination refrigerated & ambient conditions can reduce both your outbound freight costs and required storage space by up to 75%.

Application
Send a complete combination refrigerated & ambient condition shipper to collection sites in both ¼ of the space and ¼ of the weight required by traditional EPS shippers.

Collection sites simply have to open the kit, condition the HydroGel Packs according to the enclosed directions and pack the shipper with the collected specimens to return to your central lab.

Tested and Certified at an Independent ISTA Laboratory
The TPC Refrigerated Compressed Shipping Container with TPC HydroGel Packs has been tested and certified at an independent US lab to ensure that specimens will remain between 2C and 8C in the refrigerated compartment and at ambient temperatures in the ambient compartment for up to 72 hours when exposed to external temperatures of up to 50C (122F).