Linde’s SECCURUS™ dry ice technology enables cold chain managers to reduce costs and streamline operations while minimizing risk to valuable frozen products and specimens.
The high-performance, reusable SECCURUS shipper maintains its entire storage zone at or below -70 degrees Celsius and holds temperature longer, with less dry ice than conventional dry ice shippers. Some models may last as long as 20 days.
This shipper comes conveniently preloaded with dry ice and ready to store products or specimens.
|Dry ice hold time||7 days||20 days||10 days||10 days|
|Storage zone dimensions (D x H)||3.2 in. x 7.7 in.||3.2 in. x 12.6 in.||5.6 in. x 12.4 in.||8.1 in. x 13.1 in.|
|Typical storage capacity for 2 mL vials||20 (bag)||80 (canes)||200 (boxes)|
|Amount of dry ice required||2.5 lbs.||8 lbs.||7 lbs.||12 lbs.|
|Complete package dimensions (L x W x H)||10 in. x 10 in. x 16 in.||13 in. x 13 in. x 24 in.||13 in. x 13 in. x 24 in.||17 in. x 17 in. x 25 in.|
|Package weight with dry ice||10.6 lbs.||23.0 lbs.||24.7 lbs.||41.4 lbs.|
All models independently validated to meet ISTA 3A, ISTA 7D and UN3373 Category B standards. All models CE marked and MDD/MDR compliant.
Long duration - Lasts up to 20 days
Uniform payload temperature - Below -70°C for entire duration
Pre-charged with dry ice - Arrives cold and ready to use
Local frozen storage - Ship and store in same unit
Reusable - Prepaid return label included
Ship any day of the week - Can last through the weekend
Check remaining duration - Easily decide to use or replace
NOTE: End users are responsible for ensuring all biological products and specimens are packaged and/or placed in appropriate containers consistent with all applicable governmental and carrier requirements PRIOR TO placing such products/specimens in the SECCURUS Dry Ice Shipper. Such requirements may include, for example, the DOT and IATA requirements for leak-proof primary and secondary receptacles and any applicable FDA packaging, storage, or container requirements. End users are solely responsible for determining what governmental and carrier requirements apply to their biological products and specimens.