Choosing How To Keep Seafood Cold When Shipping In Foam Coolers

Keeping Seafood Cold When Shipping Long Distances – Dry Ice Vs. Gel Packs

As To Whether You Should Use Gel Packs or Dry Ice When Shipping Seafood Catches or Purchases… Assuming you’re going to use a foam shipping cooler to ship home your most recent catch from the charter fishing boat or from the great adventure you recently enjoyed at the local seafood store, the one thing you want to make sure of is that your cargo doesn’t go bad on you while in transit.  This means you need to choose the appropriate refrigerant. Did you know that using dry ice is a bad idea in certain seafood shipping scenarios?  What’s more, did you know that using cubed ice could be the worst …

LoBoy Foam Cooler Survives Being Thrown From A Roof

Is A LoBoy Foam Cooler Really Tough Enough To Survive a 30-Foot Drop?  Video Footage Reveals The Truth! On a brisk, sunny morning the team got together and decided to test out whether our thick-wall cooler could handle a long drop from heights that would send most foam coolers to the scrap heap. Throwing A Foam Cooler Off A Roof – Can It Survive A 30 Foot Drop? A foam cooler company has to have a lot of confidence in the quality of it’s products to risk conducting a live demonstration of it being thrown from the top of a building for upload to YouTube, and that’s exactly what we …

Companies Ship Fragile Sea Life In LoBoy Cooler Ice Chests

Companies Use LoBoy Foam Ice Chests and Insulated Shipping Cooler Box Kits For Protecting Marine Life Specimens In Transit High quality LoBoy Coolers and Insul-Pak Insulated Foam Shippers and Insulated Shipping Boxes are among the most cost-effective packaging options for securing and protecting aquatic specimens for long-distance transport. One company using our products to do just that is Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in Panacea, Florida. As a resource providing marine life specimens needed for study at schools, universities, and even research laboratories, Gulf Specimen Marine Lab relies on the superior thermal protection of our EPS foam shippers and coolers to maintain health and integrity of specific marine samples during transit …

A Choice Between Thick Walled Foam Ice Chests Vs Thin Wall Foam Coolers

We Invented The Thick Walled Foam Ice Chest To Replace Thin Walled Breakable Coolers For Good Reason… In 1967, the founder of our company  had endured enough frustration from having cheap ‘styrofoam’ coolers break or leak when he went out fishing off the coast of Destin, Florida.  In those days, many fishermen would load their catches into such coolers to take back to the dock, with a high likelihood of suffering a ‘foam cooler disaster’ because they simply were not well made enough to handle that kind of a pounding. So, Charles Watkins decided to do something revolutionary and create a foam cooler that could be packed full of ice …

Three Ways To Tell A Quality Foam Cooler From A Cheap One

Prevent Foam Cooler Disasters By Knowing How To Tell Quality From Junk – The Beach Will Thank You For many years, innumerable American Citizens have braved backed up traffic, high gas prices, and screaming kids yelling, “Are we THERE yet”, all to realize the ultimate dream of sitting in the sun, soaking up rays, and forgetting their troubles.  These bold pioneers annually set forth to the beach during the Summer and survive endless war for a good parking spot only to suffer the piled-on indignity of helplessly watching tasty snacks, sodas, and beer packed in cheap form coolers go crashing to the ground as said flimsy containers lose what little …

Shipping Your Seafood Catch or Seafood Market Purchases

The LoBoy Foam Coolers Team Discusses How To Ship The Seafood You Catch Or Purchase There are three very important factors that can determine whether your seafood shipment arrives ready to prepare or ready to throw away. The most recent informative article released on the web by the makers of the legendary LoBoy foam cooler explains this triad of vital considerations when deciding how to ship seafood across long distances.  This covers seafood you catch when out on charter fishing trips or seafood you buy from a local seafood market while traveling. Shipping perishable seafood across entire states and over long distances requires the right tools for the job; otherwise …