InsulCap® increases your bottom line by reducing refrigeration and fuel costs.

Does the value of your products outweigh the cost of protecting them with Wilpak’s InsulCap® or InsulBox® thermal protection solutions to minimise potential losses through excursion?

When it comes to thermal pallet covers, you need a reliable product made from a strong, thermal insulation material. Fortunately, Insulcap® pallet covers provide protection against temperature and weather extremes, as well as mechanical damages such as scuffing.

How do InsulCap® pallet covers work?
Temperature regulation occurs through the seven layer Insul®Technology, creating the ideal environment for temperature to be controlled. Used during transportation and storage, InsulCap® allows temperature sensitive goods to withstand rapid temperature changes. This is especially useful when necessary breaks in the cold chain occur such as during loading and unloading.

InsulBox offers thermal protection for the transport of temperature sensitive goods

Whether you’re looking for an insulated delivery box, or insulated shipping boxes and containers, Wilpak Group International has exactly what you need. Utilising the benefits of Insul®Technology in the form of a box liner, small temperature sensitive goods – such as organic products or pharmaceutical goods can be transported safely, with confidence.

Insulated delivery boxes for protection.
Our Insul®Technology enables your organisation’s goods to be protected against temperature extremes, as well as unwanted moisture. Furthermore, InsulBox® is not only an effective substitute for polystyrene, it’s also better for the environment.

The role of a thermal barrier is to maintain the desired internal temperature range of the contained goods, while protecting the goods from the external thermal environment.

The function of a thermal barrier is to maintain a temperature profile, that is cold, hot or ambient.

The purpose of thermal barrier materials.

Thermal barrier materials perform a key function in providing a control mechanism in the management of the thermal risks to which temperature sensitive goods are exposed, during their storage and transport:

1. Increase the reflection of unwanted radiant thermal energy passing through space.

2. Reduce the conduction of unwanted thermal energy occurring through contact with objects/materials.

3. Reduce the convection of unwanted thermal energy occurring through the movement of air.