Sorbafreeze Ice Sheets
Sorbafreeze Ice Sheets are one of the most convenient and easy to use chilled packaging solutions on the market today.
We have 2 sheet sizes available:
- Absorbs liquid up to 150 times its own weight
- Maintain temperature of -5°C for over 48 hours
- Guaranteed never to leak
- Food Safe – Tested to comply with EEC 90/128 and FDA 29 CFR 1910.1200
- Ultra-compact for minimal storage space.
Easy to use in 3 simple steps
1. Soak the Sorba-Freeze pads for 10 minutes in fresh water.
Tip: Use warm water and agitate to maximise expansion of cells/blocks.
2. Freeze the hydrated Sorba-Freeze pads as low as minus 40'C.
Tip: Place plastic film or waxed paper between sheets or blocks of Sorba-Freeze
3. Add the frozen Sorba-Freeze pads to your packaged products
4. Finally, enclose your produce with Sorba-Freeze pads in our insulated polystyrene boxes.
- Frozen sheets should be placed above your product (fabric side down), as cold sinks downwards. To keep cold for longer periods place another Sorba-Freeze sheet under your product.
- When freezing place plastic film or waxed paper between layers of Sorba-Freeze and always stack them silver laminate to fabric. (Remove plastic film before use.)
- Sorba-Freeze packs stay solid when defrosting occurs. They may be re-frozen and reused except where they have been subjected to product leakage which could hold harmful or dangerous bacteria
- Do not place on bare metal until frozen.
- CAUTION: Freezing pads below minus 15°C may burn uncovered skin.
FDA Approved & Fully EU Compliant:
Sorbafreeze is fully compliant with all European Union regulations in relation to food packaging, so you can be sure they are completely food safe and meet local regulations.
Regulations Sorbafreeze are fully compliant with:
Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004
Regulation (EC) NO 2023/2006egulation (EC) NO 10/2011
Code of Federal Regulations Title 21, Volume 3 (21 CFR177.1630) Effective 1/4/2015
The Plastic Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Scotland) Regulations 2010
The Plastic Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2011
The Plastic Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (England) Regulations 2010
The Plastic Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (England) Amendment Regulations 2011
Fully food safe and fit for food contact!