Purchase thermally insulated boxes directly from the manufacturer of insulation, at the average price of 0,35 € / interior liter. We recycle new and clean textile fibers with our machines and manufacture box insulation lining in one plant. The density of our 50mm insulation lining features a U=0,5 W/m2K heat loss value. We provide sample boxes for trial and even have the opportunity to produce customs size and shape thermally insulated boxes for our customers.
We offer our boxes for commercial, official and home use. Various sizes are available
60x40x40 ext. 40x30x30cm int.
40x30x30 ext. 30x20x20cm int.
40x30x20 ext. 30x20x10cm int.
and so on, even custom sizes.
Fiberboxes have excellent thermal insulation capacity and are widely used as insulated boxes for medicine and foodstuff.
Fiberbox is an easy to use packaging system for time-temperature sensitive and temperature controlled products such as fresh and warm foodstuff, or cold and frozen food products, chilled pharmaceuticals or healthcare products. Load the box full with either cold or hot goods and the unopened box will only lose <0.5°C per hour between -25°C and 75°C.
The aluminium layer reflects heat and the air pockets in the insulation preserve the temperature of your product.
Either one-time use or months of usage, Fiberbox offers most economical solutions. We load the boxes on pallets and can deliver up to 100 boxes per pallet, depending on the required sizes and quantities.
The insulation lining of our boxes are made by recycling clean, new textiles by mechanical force. The 1.5 decitex lightweight fibers form a thick batt with countless air pockets which insulate heat and sound.
We contribute to improving your company’s sustainability. By using our recycled fiber products you help reducing the environment pollution caused by otherwise non-usable textiles and prolonging the product life-cycle.
We have put Fiberbox to the test in the summer heat. Our eco-friendly cold-chain packaging boxes will offer you a competitive solution, for either refigirated or frozen shipments.
Naturally, starting temperature of the product greatly affects the end results. Even without the use of ice packs, Fiberbox can keep the temperature inside the box at a fraction of the external temperature, so the inside is still cool, just like cold tap water.
Depending on the required end temperatures and shipping time, we recommend using 2-4 ice packs for the 50mm wall thickness boxes and normal refigirated goods, like fruits and vegetables.
We offer special hydrophobic nonwoven bags for the ice packs, which keeps moisture inside the bag, and prevents conduction freezing of your products ..
Would you like to send frozen products? Not a problem either, your client will recieve the box content frozen just like you sent it.
*These tests were performed in non-air-conditioned dry rooms with a digital probe thermometer.
Do you require controlled temperatures for more than a day?
Our environmentally-friendly packaging boxes with
100 mm insulation wall may be an ideal shipment solution for you.
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We can help you achieve sustainable production by lowering waste handling costs.
We recycle clean textile wastes with a special machine that breaks the textile fabric down to the basic fibre. The fabric is pulled apart and used in new products. Our reprocessed textile fibres may extend the life cycle of textiles with decades. The recycling process results in minimal dust and noise pollution, uses no primer material, produces little to no waste, thus our recycling process is 100% environment friendly.
The majority of textile and clothing waste is originated from household sources, and became known as post-consumer waste. A just as valuable part is originated from pre-consumer sources. Ninety-nine percent of used textiles are recyclable in one way or another. It is estimated that around 20% of the textiles wastes is recovered worldwide through textile fibre recycling, while the rest is recycled by used cloth sorting plants and wiping rag cutters.
Textile recycling can give old clothes, linens, and other textiles a second life. That not only reduces the amount of waste going into landfills, it also helps organisations reduce waste handling costs or raise funds for charities.
Companies which are interested in getting more involved in textile and clothing recycling can take comfort from the fact that textile recycling is well supported commercially by numerous industry associations—and politically by government initiatives in many of the world’s largest economies.
Like other European industries, the textile industry has invested the road of sustainability for decades now. What we see today in the textile sector is growing sustainability work that focuses on optimising the production chain. These improvements save valuable resources, minimise pollution effects and improve the conditions of workers and preserve consumers’ health.
For example, with sustainability in mind, the most significant contributions to product life cycle are energy and water savings in processing, as these savings usually realise an economic benefit for the companies involved.
Some estimates indicate that cotton is the largest user of water among all agricultural commodities, representing more than half of the irrigated agricultural land globally. Cotton production requires 550-950 litres per square metre planted, or 7,000-29,000 litres of water for each kilogram of cotton produced. One cotton t-shirt can require 2,500 litres of water. Globally, cotton accounts for 11% of all pesticides used every year, even though the area of production only covers 2.4% of the world's arable land.
Improvements in the reuse of textiles are vital in both environmental and social-economic terms. The sector provides employement, including for those who are disadvantaged.
Textile Fibre Recycling