Whether by parcel or pallet, thermally controlled shipping is essential in today’s cold chain logistics market. Manufacturers and producers must ensure their payloads are kept at the temperatures required for successful deployment of their products to end users. The need for cold chain parcels and pallets is ever increasing in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, chemical reagents, and other markets segments. In order to satisfy the needs of the markets, vacuum insulation panels (VIP) with high thermal insulation values are being used more and more in these segments. 

With this in mind, Kingspan Insulation has one of the most efficient and effective VIPs in the thermal resistance insulation market, the Threshhold VIP. Our VIP has an effective R-50 thermal resistance value per inch making it a prime choice for use in these cold chain applications. Having such a high R-value in such a thin profile allows cold chain shippers to choose between increasing payloads within their current shipping footprints or reducing their shipping footprint.
Rendering of Threshhold product inside a Kingspan box.
And with those options is also the ability to reduce the amount of phase change materials (PCM) used to keep the payload at the required temperatures. Longer delivery durations are also achieved by using the Threshhold VIP in these applications.

Threshhold VIPs are used in shipping containers for medical, food & beverage, chemical reagents, and others. Threshhold VIPs can be used wherever longer delivery, less dry ice/phase change material, or reduced external dimensions are desired.

With this in mind, Kingspan Insulation has one of the most efficient and effective VIPs in the thermal resistance insulation market, the Threshhold VIP. Our VIP has an effective R-50 thermal resistance value per inch making it a prime choice for use in these cold chain applications. Having such a high R-value in such a thin profile allows cold chain shippers to choose between increasing payloads within their current shipping footprints or reducing their shipping footprint. And with those options is also the ability to reduce the amount of phase change materials (PCM) used to keep the payload at the required temperatures. Longer delivery durations are also achieved by using the Threshhold VIP in these applications.