TempArmour Vaccine Storage Blog

Practical Insights into Vaccine Storage, Transport, and Emergency Preparedness
for nurses, doctors and others with responsibilities related to immunization

Our sincerest appreciation and THANK YOU to all of the healthcare and front-line workers during this COVID-19 pandemic.

TempArmour™ Vaccine Refrigerator Cost Savings Brochure now online

Besides the cost savings of eliminating vaccine losses by using a TempStable™ Vaccine Refrigerator, there are many other related savings that may not initially be as apparent. These are outlined in our Cost Savings Brochure that is now available online.

Click Here to Download the TempArmour Vaccine Refrigerator Cost Savings Brochure

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Vaccine Fridge Sale! $500 savings offered on two Temparmour Vaccine Refrigerators

We have 2 brand new, never used, TempArmour Vaccine Refrigerators in stock that have minor dents/damage on their exterior that do not affect the function of the vaccine refrigerators. We are offering a $500 discount on each.

TempArmour Vaccine Refrigerators do not normally go on sale so this is your chance if you want a deal!

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Vaccine Refrigerator unplugged for 2 days - only increases by 0.9⁰F!

Results of the TempArmour™ Refrigerator Demonstration at the April 2014 Arizona Immunization Conference

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Health Centre Eliminates Ongoing Cold Chain Incidents for Vaccine Storage

Case Study: The TempArmour™ Vaccine Refrigerator Spared this Health Centre from Ongoing Cold Chain Incidents Due to Inconsistent Office Temperatures.

Our customer in rural Ontario is located in an older renovated building. In the winter, the room temperatures in their Health Clinic fluctuate significantly, which was impacting the internal temperature of the vaccine refrigerator that they were using. The vaccine fridge temperatures went outside of the critical 2-8⁰C (35-46°F) range frequently, and consequently spoiled vaccines had to be disposed of on several occasions.

Besides the cost of new vaccines, this state of affairs was disruptive to the operation of the office and patient care. As the clinic is located in a rural area, the vaccines could only be replaced monthly, and significant resources were being used to reschedule appointments.

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