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Date: 2016-05-30
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Products : Chocolate

Melting temp : 25℃ – 28℃

Dates: February 5-9, 2004

Journey:Queensland, Archerfield to Cairns

Companies: Cadbury Schweppes, JMP Holdings

Attendees: Nicholas Daniel and John Beever

 

Logger and Pallet Cover Positioning

 The west side of the container was most exposed to the sun.

 

  The 8 data loggers used for this trial were all placed in the centre of a pallet. 4 of the pallets were protected by the Envirotuff Pallet Cover whilst the other 4 were transported with no thermal protection.


  These pallets were placed in a sealed (but not airtight) 20’ container that was transported by rail from Archerfield to Cairns (both Queensland).


  Data recordings were taken over a 5 day period where the unofficial temperature outside hovered around and exceeded 30 degrees Celsius during the day.

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  These data loggers were placed at the front of the container on the top level (west side). As you can see again with this trial the pallet without the Envirotuff Cover was exposed to fluctuating temperatures each day of the five day trip. During the journey the container was exposed to temperatures of 30 degrees plus!

 

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  These data loggers were also placed on top but at the back of the container. The position of the Envirotuff Pallet Cover was also on the West side, the side most exposed to the sun during the journey to Cairns. As you can see the cover keeps the temperature consistent and again the non covered pallet is exposed to harmful fluctuations.

 

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  Loggers 5 and 6 were placed on the top layer however away from the Sun bearing down from the West. Despite being on the opposite side to the first 4 loggers it is still evident that temperature fluctuations are still occurring on the non protected product thus posing potential harm.

 

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The final set of loggers were placed on the bottom layer in the middle of the container (west side). It appears that logger 8 may have been protected from the ETL covered pallet above as minimal fluctuations were achieved. In hotter conditions these pallets would benefit more from the use of the Envirotuff Pallet Covers.

 

FINDING:

 

  As with the first trial this trial has again proven the efficiency and effectiveness of the Envirotuff Pallet Covers.

 

  The data results show the pallets on the top layer of the container were the most susceptible to severe temperature fluctuations. The Envirotuff Pallet Covers were able to control these fluctuations and provide the product with a stable temperature environment. As the outside temperature can exceed 40 degrees Celsius during summer it is essential that the pallets are protected by Envirotuff.

 

  Again the use of Envirotuff on the bottom layer did not appear as crucial during these trials however it must be considered that as the temperature increases to the extremes as seen in Queensland summers the covers could prove to be as useful as the ones implemented on the top layer. An option to definitely bear in mind.

 

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