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Embrace infant warmer

Embracing a challenge

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.- courtesy Embrace Global


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Technical Papers

A brief comparison of phase change materials

In a head-to-head comparison in six key areas, phase change materials made from vegetable sources have the edge on petroleum-derived paraffins. Read more

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Everything you need
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Phase change materials are designed to absorb, store and release thermal energy. They recharge as ambient temperatures fluctuate, making them ideal for a variety of everyday applications that require temperature control. Read more