Techniice Reuseable Hot Packs

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

NON TOXIC      HOT - COLD           

Australian Made Techni IceTM Reusable 4 PLY HDR

Activate Sheets

(This only needs to be done once to activate new sheet)

  1. To activate Techni Ice sheets, immerse them in warm water whilst scrunching the sheet. The scrunching action whilst immersed, allows the air bubbles to escape and the water to enter sheet. This action activates the polyacrylate cross linked polymer contained in each cell of the Techniice sheet. For the best results weigh the sheets down with a heavy object so they stay immersed during the hydration process.
  2. If you find that some cells which have not expanded, gently massage the cells and if required increase the temperature of water by adding more warm water.
  3. Hydrate for 20 or so minutes (this new model requires less hydration than previous Please do not leave underwater for extended periods) Once all the cells are well Hydrated, remove them from the water and pat dry them thoroughly. This ensures that any excess water does not become ice on the outside of sheet during the freezing process.
  4. Your Techni Ice is now ready to freeze or heat.

TO FREEZE - For best results place the Techniice dry ice sheets in a freezer for as long as you can before putting them in your cooler (minimum 24 hours). Unlike regular gel packs that generally only reach -IOC, Techni Ice will actually drop to any temperature it is exposed to. A domestic freezer lowest setting is --180C. Techni Ice drops 4.50C a day until it reaches freezer temperature and needs to stay 34 days frozen in domestic freezer to reach -180C.

TO HEAT (4 Ply HDR only) - Place hydrated sheet in the microwave for 1-2 minutes or wrapped in a towel in hot water.

CAUTION: Check to make sure sheet is not too hot before placing on body. We recommend that you use a towel between your body and Techniice if you find Techniice too hot.

COMMERCIAL HYDRATION — Techni Ice can be placed in an agitator type washing machine with some clean towels on a regular wash cycle without the spin cycle. Please ensure washing machine is clean and free from soap residue and please ensure the temperature of the water is warm.

For any further assistance please email support@techniice.com

NON TOXIC HOT - COLD STAYS FROZEN FOR DAYS

 

TECHNIICE SPECIFICATIONS

SIZE

Both the standard and the HDR model consist of 24 cells per sheet and each sheet measures 25cm x 39cm (Approx. 20" x I '3 1/2")

Both the standard and HDR model's can be cut to size between the cells to fit any size ice box or purpose. NOTE: The HDR model remains frozen for marginally longer periods due to the higher polymer levels and insulation effect of the four-layer/ply construction.

TECHNI ICETM- FROZEN STATE

Approximately 4-7 times longer than wet ice (Depending on volume, ambient temperature and insulation) Based on freezing temperature of-180 Celsius (-40 F)

MAXIMUM TEMPRATURE RECOMMENDATIONS

For Dry Ice temperatures, Freeze to -80 degrees Celsius. (-1120 F)

FOR REPLACE-MENT OF WET ICE: Freeze in commercial or domestic freezer with setting at -18 to -20 Celsius (-4 to —0.4 0 F) for maximum performance.

AS A HEAT PACK:

1- 2 minutes in 600-watt microwave oven or longer if higher temperatures are required.

Caution: test the product after taking out of the microwave to ensure that it is not too hot before placing on body.

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Refrigerant polymer: Polyacrylate/Polyalcohol Copolymer — Post treated —Trade Secret

Bulk density: 0.4 — 0.7

Melting Point: >3900F

Toxicity: NIL

NON-TOXIC POLYMER SUITABLE FOR DIRECT CONTACT WITH MEA T AND SEAFOOD.

Manufacturers & Exporters

REPLY TO:           (Aust) 14 Tooyal st, Frankston, VIC 3199      BANKERS:              (Aust) ANZ Bank, Monbulk, VIC (Aust) Level 50, 101 Collins Sv Melboume, VIC 3000  (USA) Bank of America. LV, Nevada

(USA) 330 Decatur Blvd #950 LV Nevada 89107

GLOBAL NATIONAL AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.

ABN 22 006 310 989 TECHNI-ICE DIVISION Telephone: +61 3 97831922, Facsimile: +61 397831677 techniice.com Email. techniice@techniice.com

SAFETY MATERIALS DATA SHEET

Section 1 — Hazardous Ingredients/ldentit.)' Information Serial Number 0340-3

         Hazardous Components (Specific                                                                                                          Other Limits

Chemical Identity Common Name(s)                                                                                  OSHA PEL             ACGHIH  Recommended               % Optional TLV

Polyacrylate/.Polyalcohol Copolymer

NE

NE

.05 mg/m3*

Polyalcohol polymer

NE

NE

 

Post Treated — Trade Secret

NE

NE

 

Recommended inhalation exposure limit guideline. Small, less than 10 microns respirable polycrylate.

SARA Section 313 Reportable Toxic Chemicals — NONE — Non-Toxic

Section 2 — Physical/ Chemical Characteristics

Solid

NE

Less than

10

Boiling PointSpecific Gravity (H20=1)

Vapour Pressure (mm Hg.)Melting Point

Nil

 

Vapour Density (AIR =1)Evaporation Rate

(Butyl Acetate = 1)

Solubility in Water

Insoluble

Appearance and Odour

White granular powder, no odour

Section 3 — Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

          Flash point (Method Used)                   None         Flammable Limits                                  LEL     NE       UEL NE

            Extinguishing Media                                Water, C02 and dry chemical extinguishants

           Special Fire Fighting Procedures         None

Usual Fire and Explosion Hazards- Extremely slippery conditions are created if spilled product comes in contact with water

NON-TOXIC POL YMER SUITABLE FOR DIRECT CONTACT WITH MEA T AND SEAFOOD.

Manufacturers & Exporters

REPLY TO:            (Aust) 14 Tooyal st, Frankston, VIC 3199   BANKERS:              (Aust) ANZ              Monbullg VIC (Aust) Level 50, 101 Collins SC Melbourne, VIC 3000 (USA) Bank of America, LV, Nevada

(USA) 330 Decatur Blvd #950 LV Nevada 89107