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Where to get heat packs?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by phishcrazee, Oct 5, 2008.

  1. phishcrazee Experienced Reefkeeper

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    Does anyone buy them locally or is it better to get them online?  I'm looking for at least 48 hour heat packs...........
  2. glaspie69

    glaspie69 Experienced Reefkeeper

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  3. saltwater2003

    saltwater2003 Inactive User

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    Champion Lighting & Supply :: Heaters :: 30 Hour Heat Pack - 10 Pack

    Designed for shipping fish and corals, used by wholesaler and exportes worldwide. These 30 hour heat packs will activate in 30 minutes and will peak at a surface temperature of 115 degrees in 14 hours. One heat pack will increase the temperature of a 1cu. ft. box by 15 degrees, each additional heat pack will increase it another 10 degrees. Use enough heat packs to keep the box at 60-70 degrees, the goal is to keep the box from freezing, not to maintain tank temperatures. For example, in a box being shipped in 40F should have two heat packs. It is best to wrap the heat pack in newspaper, air is needed to activate the heat pack. If the temperature of the box drops below 32F, the water in the heatpack will freeze and the heat pack will no longer work.

    Availabilty: Usually ships in 2-3 days

    Price: $12.90

  4. slovan

    slovan Experienced Reefkeeper

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    You can also get them from here.  I get my insulated boxes from here as well.  They're out of CA so it might take you a week to get them.  Superior Enterprise
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