Thermal partitions enabling free arrangement of load area reducing area required to maintain load temperature
Thermal partitions [iso/temp] enable easy arrangement of the loading area. Their application causes the reduction of the area required to maintain the load temperature.
Such a solution provides many advantages.
The most important are:
Verified by tests in ATP laboratory – Machinery and Motor Vehicles Institute of the Poznan University of Technology
Download the certificates of the values of heat permittivity coefficient for the thermal partition cores [ISO/TEMP] 60MT and 80MT
Partitions come in two variants:
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We are a manufacturer of thermal partitions for multi-temperature transports. Our partitions provide very good thermal isolation which combined with a low weight and easiness in assembling gives unlimited possibilities of using the load area.
Thermal partitions Isotemp 60MT are also used in vehicles such as vans which are used for transporting amongst others medicine. Such a possibility of free arrangement of the warm and cold area is a perfect solution in cars with a limited loading capacity. This provides high flexibility and fitting goods distribution according to needs.
We offer our customers a range of solutions for multi-temperature transport, we are a partition supplier for Petit Forestier Polska – a company which leases refrigerated trucks to companies such as Eurocash, Iglotex and Bakoma.
ISOTEMP thermal partitions have a possibility of assembling fans – this enables controlled air circulation between loading areas. Such a solution is ideal for single evaporation coolers. It enables transporting two different loads with specific temperatures while maintaining easy assembling and disassembling of the partition.