If you're a government contractor, agency or non-profit organization that provides refrigerated transport services to deliver food, ice, vaccines, and other temperature-critical goods to disaster-affected areas, you understand the importance of having sufficient vehicles on hand in case of emergency.
But acquiring and maintaining a large fleet of dedicated refrigerated trucks, strictly for emergency use, can be an inefficient use of resources.
Imagine that you could convert any truck, van, SUV or trailer, into a refrigerated vehicle, within minutes, at a fraction of the cost of a conventional reefer system – and instantly boost your capacity to serve in disaster relief situations.
That's what Mobile Flex-Cool's line of self-contained refrigeration units can do for you.
With cargo capacities ranging from 5 to 242 gallon, Mobile Flex-Cool gives you control to set precise temperatures, whether it's 41 degrees Fahrenheit, 35 degrees, below zero, or whatever the goods require.
And since Mobile Flex-Cool can be powered by your vehicle's 12V battery or by a conventional 110V electrical outlet, you're able to maintain precise temperatures for food, ice and medicines, whether Mobile Flex-Cool is connected inside the vehicle or used outside at a staging area at a disaster relief site.