"The MaxQ [cooler] is so easy to set up and transport that it has quickly become our go to cooler for transporting vaccines"

-Victor Obeck, Temperature Analyst with the

Philadelphia Dept. of Health

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Order the MaxPlus Vaccine Cooler with the

MaxTrace™ Digital Data Logger

MaxPlus Vaccine Cooler
with MaxTrace™
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Temperature Consistency

up to 12 hours at 2-8 degrees Celsius

CDC-Compliant Digital Data Logger (DDL)

with live temperature display and NIST® traceable certification.

No Dry Ice Required

reusable gel packs keep your payload cold.

Turnkey Solution

No bench time conditioning

Our new MaxPlus Vaccine Cooler with the MaxTrace Digital Data Logger is state-of-the-art in vaccine storage, transport, and continuous temperature monitoring. Optimized for refrigerated vaccines, therapeutics, biologics, and more, the Vaccine Coolers exhibit live payload temperature status on LCD displays and can be tracked on your mobile device or computer for end-to-end chain of custody. The data recorded during use is audit-ready and is downloadable via bluetooth on smart devices and windows systems to ensure payload safety.

SKU# AV12X12

SKU# AV18X12

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Download a brochure to print, view our Blood Cooler demonstration video

or request product validation.

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The MaxTrace Difference

MaxPlus Vaccine Coolers with MaxTrace Digital Data Logger (DDL) are designed with proven Maxify thermal protection technology to offer a simple, economical and easy-to-implement solution. The cooler has been created to help transport the emergency storage of Flu and COVID-19 vaccines (when launched). State health programs, across the country, are preparing to run mass vaccination camps in schools, community centers, county health centers, large healthcare systems and curbside programs at pharmacies. These vaccination camps will assist in rapid immunization. The MaxPlus Vaccine Cooler is engineered to help the immunization programs to plan and efficiently transport vaccines, at precise temperatures, while complying to the CDC and VFC standards.