May 5, 2022
Frosty Binz launches insulated reflective cover for harvest bins, containers

Frosty Binz launched its insulated reflective cover for bulk containers and harvest bins. The lightweight reusable cover reflects the sun’s solar radiation while keeping the produce cool and moisture loss to a minimum.

The cover consists of an outer layer of metalized film that reflects up to 95% of radiant heat. An inner layer of insulating bubbles resists conductive heat flow and helps to keep the fruit from being bruised. The last layer is composed of a sheet of clear polyethylene for added strength. The cover is made with FDA-approved packaging materials. The Frosty Binz reusable covers are available in two sizes to fit most bulk pallet containers and agriculture harvest bins. The covers can be purchased online at and through authorized resellers. The reusable covers start at $75.95 depending on size.

“The insulated cover is ideal for transporting temperature-sensitive agricultural produce and frozen foods to help meet cold chain requirements,” said Timothy OBrien, owner of Frosty Binz.

  • Frosty Binz covers provide thermal protection for produce after harvest and during shipping.
  • The insulated covers are reusable, lightweight, puncture-resistant and water repellent.
  • Helps keep freshly harvested produce cool in the field.
  • Covers are made with FDA-approved packaging material.

Frosty Binz is located in Fort Collins, Colorado, and specializes in reusable insulated reflective covers for harvest bins, bulk containers, harvest lugs and IBC totes.

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