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This is the latest great product developed and marketed by Evakool Ice Boxes Australia, the experts in ice box manufacture.

  Ice Boxes are designed and manufactured to withstand and operate in the harshest of Australian conditions.

Superior Insulated Polyethelene Ice Boxes.

Icemate Iceboxes will keep ice for up to 10 days depending on the size of box , quantity and type of ice used and the ambient temperatures.

(Smaller boxes will keep ice 3 to 5 days while the larger boxes will hold ice for as long as 10 days.)

Features

  •  Insulation -  Best grade ISO H.P polyal cyclo pentane. CFC & HCFC - Keeps contents cold, longer
  •  Light Colour - Less Heat absorption
  •  Bungs - Secure external threaded  - Won't pop out or leak

 

  •  Leak proof , rustproof , corrosion free and UV treated - Will last

 

  •  Walls - Tough polyethelene  construction

 

  •  Latches - Positive and easy to use

 

  •  Baskets - Quality and Removable - Great Storage Facility

 

  •  Handles - Comfortable with tie-down point - Safe in your vehicle

 

  •  Seal - Special food quality lid  sealing foam - Good seal (FDA approved)

 

  •  Lightweight and strong - Easy to handle  

 

  •  Hinge - allow lid to be detached or held open with no support

 

  •  5 Year Warranty

 

          

              The Family

Designed To Withstand Australia's Harshest Environments -

The Ultimate Test

 

Box Sizes up to IM078 were filled with 40KG of wet sand (IM088 and IM108, 65KG of wet sand) and dropped a minimum of six times from a height of 3 Metres.                      

The result : No damage or distortion!

Test boxes were also left in direct sunlight and rain for 12 months without colour fade, cracking or distortion of cabinet.

    

 

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