Temcore products utilize cutting edge technology to insulate shipping containers and protect your cargo from the damaging effects of extreme temperatures.
Check out our Temcore products to find which container insulation solution works best for you.
Temcore Blanket is a form of insulation that is placed directly on top of your cargo. Made from high grade aluminum lining, Temcore Blanket reflects up to 97% of radiant heat.
Temcore Liner stabilizes the temperature within a shipping container and keeps cargo insulated from extreme outside temperatures.
THERMAL PALLET COVERS
To protect your palletized cargo from damaging temperatures, Temcore Cover offers total thermal protection, ensuring the quality of your goods.
TEMCORE MAX COVER
The Temcore Max Cover is easy to use for maximum operational efficiency. We can make customized sizes and also customize some features for specific applications.
Our line of Temcore products offers various forms of shipping container insulation – from insulated pallet covers to insulated container liners and blankets. Protect your goods from radiant heat, and ensure that your cargo arrives intact and unharmed.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Temcore?
Temcore is a line of products designed to improve insulation for shipping containers, including insulated blankets, insulated pallet covers, and container insulation liners.
How do Temcore products provide shipping container insulation?
Temcore Blanket is a container insulation solution that can be placed directly on top of the cargo to prevent container rain damage. Temcore Liner can be affixed along the walls of your shipping container in order to insulate cargo from extreme outside temperatures. Temcore Pallet Covers are designed to wrap around palletized cargo and ensure quality of goods in transit.
Why do shipping containers need insulation?
Because shipping containers are made of metal, internal temperatures can shift significantly during transit. Should the container cool significantly, the air inside is no longer able to contain its moisture, transforming from vapor into liquid; this liquid is then forced to collect on walls and the ceiling, where it can drip on the container’s cargo. Insulation can equalize temperatures within the container and serve as a barrier against moisture damage.