For the Envirotainer RAP t2 and RKN t2, where dry ice is cooling the cargo to the right temperature, it’s important to calculate the right amount of dry ice to use.
How it works
The amount of dry ice needed for a shipment is calculated on the basis of the desired temperature of the cargo (i.e set temperature) in relation to the expected ambient temperatures, time of shipment and conditions throughout the transportation. Correct dry ice amount and type will enable optimum performance of the container and the safe delivery of your shipment.
Calculate the dry ice yourself online
The Envirotainer Dry Ice Calculation Tool is an e-service which means that the user will be able to perform dry ice calculations in an easy and time efficient way. After completing the form with basic shipment information, one click later the dry ice amount is obtained online.
The Envirotainer Online Dry Ice Calculation Tool allows you to:
- Calculate dry ice amounts for a shipment in a quick & smart way
- Make dry ice calculations any time of the day
- Create trade lane or customer-specific templates
- View calculation history
- Generate PDF documents of the dry ice advice
- Extract excel data about your calculations
- Access a FAQ document
Email your transportation schedule for dry ice calculation support
It is also possible to get at dry ice calculation by filling out the Transportation Schedule below and send it via email to Envirotainer. The document contains instructions on how to fill out the schedule. Please note that a properly filled out Transportation Schedule is required in order for us to provide you with accurate recommendations for your shipment. Your dry ice request will be processed within 24 hours.
When defining the transportation schedule, please record the duration, in hours, from the time dry ice is loaded into the container until the product is unloaded at destination.
Login to our customer portal to access the Dry Ice calculation tool.
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