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Status:Closed    Asked:Mar 14, 2013 - 10:31 AM

What is the best way to assess the temp. transmition out of the container to the internal structure of the product

I looking for the best method which will allow me to recalculate, what is the temperature impact on the product packed in corrugated box, e.g. B flute, packed on the wodden pallet, stretch wrappped and shipped oversea by a dry container. Obviously I'm interesting to see what is the worst cse scenario it may happen to the product. Eg. 4 weeks on the see in the tropical climate, cycle day& night, container fully packed with double stacked pallets.

I have a ISTA report from 2004 which is showing that the extreme temp might be even 135*F inside. Is then any other alternative method to recalculate how long it will take to reheat the product eg. 500ml bottle full of liquid before it reach the same temperature as in the container.


 
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There are lots of small self-contained temperature/humidity recorders available on the market, place one inside and secure one outside, download the graphs, compare, see what happens.

 

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