Envirotuff™ Thermal Liner – 40′ V6 (with floor)

$595.00 excl GST
$684.25 incl GST

The ETL eradicates these problems by reflecting up to 96% of the radiant heat, preventing the cargo from making direct contact with the container walls and preventing hot or cold air coming through the fully sealed liner.

The Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering at the University of Western Australia conducted tests which showed the ETL has an emittance rate of 4% with the nearest insulation alternative only scoring around 50%. In simpler terms those using these inferior insulation alternatives are only offering their goods half the protection that our ETL offers. Because the environment within the liner is less exposed to the fluctuations outside there is less chance the temperature inside will drop below the dew point, which can cause condensation and subsequent moisture damage.

​Half the answer to that is actually contained in the question. Because it is a ‘liner’, providing protection inside a fully enclosed environment. Nearly all other insulation alternatives are NOT built as liners but rather come in multiple sections that do not connect together. This is a cost cutting technique which greatly reduces the protection offered to the goods. As a result, without a sealed environment you risk exposing your product to large amounts of hot (or cold) air flow during transportation and you may therefore experience damaging temperature fluctuations.

The second half of the answer is our ETL is produced from a highly reflective material but has also been designed with a specially patented hanging system which provides a thermal buffer zone between the outer side of the liner and the inside of the container wall. This offers great protection to the goods close to the container wall. Other insulation alternatives which come in sections have to be stuck firmly to the container wall. This creates two problems; the first being whole sections of insulation falling down during transportation, and the second problem is without the buffer the insulation stuck to the wall actually transfers considerable temperature directly onto the nearby product which can cause severe damage.