Ideal for LCL and air freight shipments, our thermal pallet covers protect each individual pallet from harsh temperature changes.
They minimize temperature excursions from direct sunlight (radiant heat), draft (convection) and direct contact (conduction).
Pallet Quilts effectively maintain the cold chain so your customer's goods arrive in the condition they expect.
Insulated pallet wraps are economical and can be used for one-way shipments when climate-controlled shipment is not feasible or practical.
They are also durable enough to be reused many times over.
Our Pallet Blankets can be made with the basic foil/bubble construction or the more robust Quilt material.
All our thermal pallet covers prevent tarmac thermal spikes that occure when your cargo waits to be loaded often in direct sunlight.
Standard Pallet Cover
Five day summer test
4° temperature fluctuation under Pallet Cover
13° temperature fluctuation inside cargo area
Thermal Pallet Quilt
Three day summer test, using our thermal Pallet Quilt
5° temperature fluctuation under Pallet Quilt
25° temperature fluctuation inside cargo area
AstroAsia Pallet Covers - How they work
Heat energy infiltrates your cargo by three methods; Conduction (proximity to a warm object), Thermal Radiation (sunlight or other radiation penetrating your product), and convection (warm air coming in contact with your product).
Pallet covers minimize heat penetration of all three types of heat transfer.
The insulation layer of our covers (air bubble, poly-wool or microfoam) isolate your goods from nearby warm objects (conduction).
The outer reflective layer repels up to 97% of (thermal radiation) the heat radiating off container walls or from the sun as your goods sit on the tarmack waiting to be loaded.
For added protection, a bottom panel can be added to your palet cover to prevent warm air (convection) penetrating your product from underneith.
For more information about heat transfer CLICK HERE.
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