Heineken Mexico announced its willingness to produce 50 tons of dry ice as required by various health institutions nationwide.
Heineken Mexico has decided to collaborate with the authorities and mitigate the pandemic that we are currently experiencing, for this, the brewing company announced that it will be part of the vaccination process against COVID-19 from its trench.
A few days ago, Heineken Mexico announced through a statement its willingness to produce 50 tons of dry ice, in order that the vaccine against Covid-19, which will be applied to all Mexicans, is kept at the temperature set international protocols at -70 ° C, during its transfer to all corners of the national territory to the various health institutions.
“These difficult moments require the solidarity and effort of all. For us, health and life is the most important thing. With this action we join the efforts of our authorities who took a big step by bringing the vaccine and starting the application among the most vulnerable sectors. stated Etienne Strijp, CEO of Heineken Mexico.
The company explained that the cooling plates will be made from CO2, commonly known as “dry ice”, which is the solid form of carbon dioxide. The process will be carried out in specialized machinery that guarantees its quality.
It should be noted that the carbon dioxide used in the production of this material is one of the most important elements in the production of beer, as a result of the fermentation process, it is captured and used in the carbonation of said drink.
Also, it is mainly used as a cooling agent. Its benefits include a lower temperature than ordinary ice which is useful for preserving biological samples and biomedical or pharmacological products sensitive to thermal changes during shipment.
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