Caralon Global Introduces New High Performance Vacuum Insulated Panels to the Market

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Thinner, More Efficient & Environmentally-Friendly VIPs Now Available for Order

Caralon Global, a London, UK- and Cleveland, Ohio-based company manufacturing thermal insulating material is bringing a new high performance, patent-pending vacuum insulated panel (VIP) product to the market.

CG MaxThermic VIP’s are perfect for use in refrigeration, cold chain logistics, or thermal assurance packaging and construction—any application that requires a highly effective thermal barrier in a confined space. “While there are other VIPs on the market, this one outperforms them,” says Lee Poseidon, a venture partner with one of Caralon Global’s investors, JumpStart Inc. The new, more recyclable VIPs are two times more efficient than other insulation solutions. And Caralon Global supplies panels with custom materials and innovative features to enhance that performance, expedite installation and ensure extended service life. Poseidon adds, “Caralon Global’s unique set of core materials positions this company to create new markets for thin film insulating materials.”

Caralon has been developing vacuum insulating technology since 2008 and has several ultra-thin products that exhibit industry leading performance of 0.003W/m.K or less with panel sizes up to 1000x1800mm and in thicknesses ranging from several millimeters to 25 millimeters depending on the “R” value required.

Caralon’s best performing panels can achieve a thermal conductivity rating of 0.0025W/m.K. with panels being tested by several companies.

300 x 300mm samples are available to qualified customers.    Custom samples can be manufactured to any specification up to 1000x1800mm. Visit for details.

Caralon Global, LLC develops and commercializes ultra-thin, highly efficient CG MaxThermic insulation products using patent-pending technology that reduces heat transfer better than traditional fiberglass or polyurethane products. Caralon Global’s revolutionary space-saving thermal insulation products are also more recyclable than competitive offerings.


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