“Dyplast participated with Huntsman Corporation, Kroger, and others to create a “Portable Produce Pod” - - much like a big, mobile walk-in cooler for the Montgomery County Food Bank (MCFB) in Texas.
MCFB collects and distributes food to partner agency food pantries, and aims to have fresh produce make up at least 50% of its total distribution. However, most of their receiving food pantries do not have sufficient refrigerated space to hold and re-distribute perishable products. Hence the need for a refrigerated Pod.
The whole process of designing the Pod and finding manufacturers and suppliers took less than a year. Dyplast is proud to have been able to offer its ISO-CF polyisocyanurate (a modified polyurethane) insulation with the requisite thermal resistance, strength, and other advantageous properties.
To view more detail, click here (Montgomery County Food Bank Press Release)
. Dyplast views this a just one more example of how technologies can merge to create better products to benefit society-at-large!”