In 2007, graduate students in a class at Stanford University were asked to design a low-cost infant warmer to address the problem of infant mortality in the developing world. After years of research, prototyping and testing, the team had a solution: The life-saving Embrace infant warmer, powered by PureTemp 37. Read more
Photo: Nurses at a clinic in rural Uganda used an Embrace warmer to stabilize the temperature of Abina, who weighed only 4.1 pounds at birth.
Flexible foams (Peterson Chemical Technology), composite PCMs for clothing (Honeywell International), refrigeration and ice making (Whirlpool) and a compressor cover (Trane International). Read more
Video: Here's how Kinray uses ThermoSafe packaging powered by PureTemp to keep its pharmaceuticals in the optimum temperature range during shipping.