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Zhejiang Pengyuan New Material Co., Ltd.

Bubble Foil, Bubble Foil Insulantion, Foil Bubble manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Insulated Packaging for Shipping Chocolate, Insulated Shiping Blanket Protecting Chocolates in Hot Weather, Aluminum Foil Woven Fabric Insulated Thermal Blanket Keeping Coffee Fresh and so on.

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Insulated Packaging for Shipping Chocolate

FOB Price: US $1.2 / Square Meter
Min. Order: 1,000 Square Meters
Min. Order FOB Price
1,000 Square Meters US $1.2/ Square Meter
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Port: Shanghai, China
Production Capacity: 100, 000 square meter per day
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram

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Basic Info
  • Model NO.: PYYZ-614
  • Refractoriness: 200-450°C
  • Apparent Density: 35~65kg/m³
  • Usage: Exterior Tiles
  • Feature: Thermal Insulated
  • Size: 1.2*30m 1.2*40m
  • Transport Package: Using composite packaging material
  • Origin: Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
  • Material: MPET Bubble
  • Diameter: 10-50mm
  • Surface Treatment: Glazed Tiles
  • Color: Silver
  • Colour: Silver
  • Trademark: pengyuan
  • Specification: SGS, ISO
  • HS Code: 76072000
Product Description
Product Name: Insulated Packaging for Shipping Chocolate

Insulated Packaging for Shipping Chocolate

Bubble Size: 10x2.5mm   10x4mm   10x5mm   20x7mm   20x8mm
Roll Size: 1.2x20m  1.2x30m  1.2x50m 1.2x100m can be customized
Color: Blue, Green, Siver, Grey

Metallic Foil /bubble

Technical Data:

Material:Metallic Foil , Food Grade PE Bubble
thermal conductivity:0.032W/mk
emissivity:0.03-0.04 COEF
apparent density:54.8-85kg/m^3
working temperature:-50C to 80C
bubble height:2.5mm-10mm
bubble diameter:10-25mm
Applications:Metal & Steel frame or house
Vapour transmission:0.012G/MPA

Insulated Packaging for Shipping Chocolate


The best way to ship Chocolate:
Chocolate melts at 100°F or 36°C, and it softens at 80°F or 26°C.
Chocolate can be melted and re-melted hundreds of times without it affecting the taste.
But softening will change the shape! If you do not want any softening, use dry ice and an insulated container liner.

How to Ship Foods, Step-by-Step:
1. Prepare confections, chocolate or cheese by refrigerating before shipping.
Wrap it in parchment paper or similar material. Chocolate must also be put into a sealed container to protect it from moisture.
3.Choose a box two to three times the size of the food being shipped for additional protection from mishandling and temperature changes.
Protect the food with an InsulTote insulated bubble wrap box liner; this product acts as a heat deflector and insulator while keep your product       snug. InsulTote offers many sizes of box liners -- no minimum order required.
5.Fill the box with additional packing material such as packing peanuts to stabilize the box.
6.Add cold packs. Expected delivery time and heat experience during transit will dictate the size and number of packs. A small box (9 x 6.5 x 4)            may need just one 2-4 oz. cold pack. Put the cold pack in a sealable plastic bag or wrap it in newspaper to help insure it doesn't sweat on your          package.
7.Tape the box around all seams so that the cold air doesn't get out and the hot air doesn't get in.
8.Address the box and write "Keep Refrigerated" on the box so the recipient knows to put the contents into the fridge as soon as they get it.
Ship the package overnight, preferably at the beginning of the week to lessen the chance that your package will sit on a loading dock over the         weekend. Take into consideration the climate conditions of the destination. If you are shipping foods, especially chocolate, someplace warm,         speed is of the essence.If the package is going to a cool area, the urgency is not as great

Some customers may not want to pay a premium for overnight shipping; if you offer 2-3 day shipping, be sensitive to the weather.

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Insulated Packaging for Shipping Chocolate

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