Instruction for useTo Hydrate
Immerse sheets in water & scrunch in hands to allow air bubbles to escape. Massage each cell until is swollen but ensure that a thumb indentation is left at each cell to allow room for expansion when frozen.
Towel dry, then stack in freezer (12 hours) plastic side down. Do not allow textile
surfaces to touch each other or freezer shelves during freezing process or sheets may
stick together. Can be frozen over and over again.
When finished using, simply clean with mild soap and water and place it back into freezer
for next use.
Techni Ice also doubles as a hot pack. Microwave hydrated sheets for 2-3 minutes (maximum of 5 minutes).
Caution: Check to be sure that Techni Ice is not too hot or cold before placing on body, always place a towel between your body and the Techni Ice sheets. Over exposure to skin may cause injury. Use with extreme caution. Manufacturer or Seller assumes no liability for improper use, DO NOT OVER HEAT!
TRANSPORT - Used from waterless transport for all perishables including meat, fruit, vegetables, cut flowers and chocolates.
CONSUMER DELIVERIES - Techni Ice maintains hot state of pizzas or cold state of sundaes. Perfect for fast-food deliveries.
HOSPITALS / LABORATORIES - Used to transport test specimens, pathology samples and blood bags.
FIRST AID - Used as a flexible cold pack for injuries - to reduce muscle swelling, or heat pack to ease cramps.
SPORTS - As wrap-around or non-drip ice packs for athletes in sports organizations like basketball, badminton and etc.
RECREATION - Used as long lasting waterless ice replacement for coolers at campings, fishing trips or picnics. An average family ice box would need 6-8 sheets to stay cold for an extended period of time.
HOUSEHOLD - Fits any lunch box to keep food hot or cold. Used to keep prams, strollers, bedding and baby bottles warm to keep juices and milk cold. Place inside refrigerator to maintain temperature and save electricity. Techni Ice keeps refrigerator cold even during power outages.
How Should I Use Techni Ice As An Ice Pack To Keep Things In My Cooler Colder, For Longer?
Although you need less Techni Ice that you would bagged ice or gel ice packs, you still need to make sure that you use enough to do the job. Here's what we recommend:
If you know the actual size of your cooler in litres (it's often listed somewhere on the container) then you can use the general rule of thumb of
Because Techni Ice is flexible when frozen it is easier to pack your cooling sheets in and around the containers and bottles in your picnic cooler. Also, keep in mind that cold air falls downward, when you use a large sheet (cut another sheet up into pieces for use in between objects or for small coolers and lunchboxes) in your cooler, lay it on top of everything to keep everything frozen longer.
How do Techni-ICE Dry Ice Packs work?
What can it be used for?...and what has it been used for?
Typically, Standard (Std) Techni-ICE is for the transporting of fresh, perishable and heat sensitive products, such as: meat, seafoods, vegetables, prepared foods, chocolates, candies, cookies, cakes, medicine, flowers, cosmetics, breast milk, and more.
Heavy Duty Reusable Techni-ICE is for applications where you need to use it many times, up to hundreds. It is often ideal for courier transporting of medicine and medical samples, or perishables such as ice cream and frozen food.
What else should I know about Techni-ICE?
What is the difference between Heavy Duty Reusable (HDR) and Standard (Std) Techni-ICE?
Heavy Duty Reusable (HDR) and Standard (Std) Techni-ICE are the same inside, and cooling power is the same. The difference is in the external construction: The HDR has stronger plastic, with 2 layers of fabric and 2 layers of plastic. The Std has lighter plastic, with only 1 layer of fabric and 1 layer of plastic.
How do I freeze Techni-ICE?
Don't stack Techni-ICE in the freezer: The Heavy Duty Reusable (HDR) will freeze slower, and Standard (Std) will stick together.
Freeze them for at least 24 hours. If you must, you can freeze them for less, but performance will suffer according to how long they are in the freezer.
For best performance, crank up your freezer to the highest setting.
How do I pack my frozen food to ship with Techni-ICE?
Use at least a 1 1/2 inch (one-and-a-half-inch) thick styrofoam cooler. Put a plastic liner (bag) in the cooler. Put your frozen perishables in. Put Techni-ICE in, plastic side down (for Std). Close bag. Fill any remaining airspace in cooler with styrofoam peanuts, foam, etc. Tape lid of cooler on.