Arctic Ice, LLC set to exhibit at ICAST 2013 as it launches onto the scene with its High Performance Reusable Cooler Packs.


arctic_iceFrom Arctic Ice, LLC:

Arctic Ice™ Alaskan Series and Arctic Ice™ Tundra Series are re-usable “super cooler packs” that allow any one to keep items cold or frozen all day, or longer, without the mess and waste of ice or dry ice.  The unique ingredients in each series greedily absorb heat while maintaining a frozen state for prolonged periods of time, allowing for all day –or longer-refrigeration.  These units are also environmentally responsible.  The active ingredient in each Arctic Ice™ Series is non-toxic, biodegradable and derived from the oils of plants – not petroleum or caustic salts. In addition to that they are re-usable for up to 100,000 times – that’s a lot of savings on ice!

The Alaskan Series offers its customers the opportunity to keep their refrigerated goods cold all day long or longer without any risk of freezing or mess from melted ice.

The Tundra Series brings a whole new concept to the avid outdoorsman. Now you can realistically keep your baits or food frozen all day or longer without the hassle of dry ice.  Tundra Series panels freeze in your freezer at around 5°F and, when used correctly, can keep items frozen for 48 hours or longer.  Keeping bait or chum fresh frozen for offshore excursions just got easier!

These new miracles for the cooler come in 4 convenient sized panels from .75 pounds for the lunchbox all the way up to an extra large 5-pound workhorse.  They are made from rugged high-density polyethylene that will provide years of puncture proof service and are dishwasher safe. The manufacturers even provide a limited lifetime warranty against leakage!

The Arctic Ice™ Series are a promising innovation in an outdoor market that is always looking for a better way to keep things cool.  Its great to see a company come along and think outside to box, to keep things colder – inside the box!

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