Polar Tech 15 oz. Re-Freez-R-Brix Foam Freeze Pack - 12/Pack
Other Available Sizes:
- Rigid foam refrigerant
- Retains shape through the freeze and thaw process
- Keeps perishables between 32 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit for up to 14 days
- Easier and cleaner than ice
- Sealed in a heavy plastic pouch
- Great for caterers, food trucks, and restaurants
|Length||4 1/2 Inches|
|Height||1 1/2 Inches|
Use this Polar Tech 15 oz. refreezable foam freeze pack to keep perishables at food-safe temperatures! Made of rigid foam, this freeze pack can keep food requiring a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit to 60 degrees Fahrenheit at a safe, uniform cool temperature for up to 14 days. It retains its shape through the freeze and thaw process, and comes sealed in a heavy plastic pouch for longevity. This ice pack is easier and cleaner than ice, effectively chilling food without the mess caused by melting ice.
Not only does this versatile pack keep your foods cool, but it can also be used to prevent perishables from freezing when packaged in properly insulated containers. Due to its thin shape, this pack fits easily on top of or below products where space is limited. Made with non-toxic refrigerants, this pack works well in virtually any application where you use ice to chill food and beverages. Use it in insulated shippers, pan carriers, and countertop condiment holders to keep items cold.
Length: 4 1/2"
Height: 1 1/2"
Countertop Condiment Holders
Insulated Food Shippers
Front Loading Insulated Plastic Food Pan Carriers
Top Loading Insulated Plastic Food Pan Carriers
Ice Displays and Beverage Housings
Countertop Ice Bin Merchandisers / Coolers
These are cool! They are hard foam and work really well. I like them a lot better than ice and they hold the cold a lot longer. If I leave them in the cooler overnight they're still cold in the morning, not still frozen but cold. Two of mine came ripped but I didn't care enough to contact the company. I just threw them out. They leak red juice if they're ripped and you didn't know it. It's gross. 5 months and I've thrown 8 of 12 away so far. I'm not sure how they get punctured but I would say you're lucky if you get 6 months out of them. They're pretty cheap and work really, really well for a while. I'll reorder more.
Hannah C. from Eureka Grocery Delivery Posted on 08/15/2015
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