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Harnessing the Power of Phase Change Materials

In the quest for sustainable and energy-efficient technologies, researchers and engineers have turned to innovative solutions that can help reduce energy consumption and mitigate environmental impact. One such breakthrough lies in the realm of Phase Change Materials (PCMs). These remarkable substances have the ability to store and release thermal energy during phase transitions, offering unique advantages in various applications ranging from pharma logistics to building design. In this article, we delve into the concept of PCMs, explore the differences between sensible heat and latent heat, examine their applications in pharmaceutical logistics and buildings, and highlight the six main benefits of PCMs in shaping a more sustainable future.

Sensible Heat vs. Latent Heat: Unveiling the Secrets of Thermal Energy

Sensible heat and latent heat are two important forms of thermal energy. Sensible heat is associated with temperature changes, while latent heat is involved in phase changes without temperature change. In this Q&A, we explore the differences between them, provide examples, and highlight their significance in various applications and everyday life. Q: What is sensible […]


Innovation at the Groene Hart Ziekenhuis

In today’s healthcare environment, innovation is key to enhancing the quality of patient care. Explore the remarkable integration of Phase Change Materials (PCMs) at Groene Hart Ziekenhuis (GHZ), revolutionizing temperature control during the transportation of blood samples.

PCM Solutions for Maintaining Quality of Dutch Flowers

The Netherlands is known worldwide for its beautiful flowers. Especially in the American market, there is a high demand for these colorful products. To ensure the quality and freshness of the flowers, it is essential to transport them properly. In this blog, we discuss the use of Phase Change Materials (PCMs) in the flower transport industry and how this contributes to maintaining the quality of Dutch flowers.