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B Medical Systems’ Transport Boxes for the safe transport of vaccines, medicines, blood and samples
The COVID-19 pandemic and consequent need to distribute highly temperature-sensitive vaccines at unprecedented speed and on a global scale without breaking the cold chain has highlighted the challenges of temperature-controlled transportation systems.
However, very much the same challenges apply to the safe distribution and delivery of blood products, temperature sensitive medicines and clinical samples.
B Medical Systems has been for many years a leader in the development of temperature sensitive transport solutions and offers a wide range of medical-grade transport boxes specifically adapted to the varying storage temperature requirements of blood, blood components, vaccines and medical products.
B Medical Systems offers three ranges of Transport Boxes, specifically designed for the safe and reliable transport of vaccines, blood and medical products. All models are certificated for transport by road, rail, sea and air, and across all three ranges B Medical Systems’ transport boxes demonstrate high durability, a robust structure for optimal shock protection, and reliable design for optimal protection against temperature excursions. They also feature lockable sealed clasps for additional security and tamper-proofing, while additionally being able to be fitted with integral data loggers for full traceability.
- Vaccine Transport Boxes: A range of six boxes ranging in gross volume from 1.73 litres to 44 litres. They are designed for secure transport of vaccines from storage centres to vaccination sites and are manufactured using roto-moulding technology ensuring durability, sterdinesss and impact resistance. The Transport Boxes’ robustness is proven by drop tests and the models are offered with a lifetime warranty against corrosion. These products can additionally offer features such as prolonged cold life for lengthy temperature-control transport, and the ability to transport vaccines at temperatures of -80°C, -20°C and 4°C, providing a complete solution for any vaccine transportation requirement. All leading models are furthermore WHO PQS certified.
- Blood Transport Boxes: The MT range includes six robust containers ranging in gross volume from 2.2 litres to 90 litres and includes both passive and active units. These models offer a temperature storage ranging from -32°C to 37°C (when using eutrectic elements) and share the same construction form with polypropylene outer and inner layers and polyethylene foam insulation between them. These products are certified as Class IIa medical devices intended for the safe transport of blood and other blood components (e.g. blood cells, plasma, platelets) in a temperature-controlled and secure environment, and offer a wide range of transport solutions in terms of temperature requirements. The MT range consists of five passive boxes with the option of adding eutectic cooling elements – and one active unit working with a compressor.
- Medical Transport Boxes: This range of 6 boxes is intended for the safe and reliable transport of medicines and specimens, and includes five passive passive transport systems able to use eutectic elements and one active transport box working with a compressor. These models range in gross volume from 2.2 litres to 90 litres and conform with the European agreement on the international transport of hazardous goods by Road (ADR), Rail (RID), Sea (IMDG) and the international agreement for air transport (ICAO-TI / IATA-DGR). These transport boxes are also ideal for intensive across many transport applications, even under difficult environmental conditions.
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