New ZipThaw Brochure

New ZipThaw Brochure

As we’ve refined and updated ZipThaw, we’ve now released a new brochure to keep up with the changes and findings. ZipThaw now thaws to two present temperatures — 15°C for ice-free thawing — and 31°C for transfusion. We also recently conducted studies thawing Covid convalescent plasma and found that ZipThaw preserves maximum antibody levels.

Please download the new brochure.

ZipThaw in the news

We’re delighted with the media attention after Congressman Richard Neal, Chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee, toured Boyd Technologies’ facility and saw ZipThaw and ZipSleeve in action. Boyd is our manufacturing partner in Lee, Massachusetts for ZipSleeves — a state of the art protective sleeve with special sensors that precisely measure plasma temperature. ZipThaw is the world’s first plasma thawing medical device that is dry, light-weight, accurate and easy to use.

Here are some outtakes and links to the news stories.
Berkshire Eagle – Neal Lauds Lee’s Boyd Technologies for Perseverance

IBerkshires.com – Congressman Richard Neal Visits Boyd Technologies

Patch.com – Congressman Neal Tours Boyd Technologies

ZipThaws Ready for Shipping

ZipThaw202s are ready for shipping to blood banks, hospitals, distributors and others in the USA, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Thailand, Qatar, Kuwait, Argentina, Israel, Sweden, Norway and Mexico.

All ZipThaw202s are assembled and manufactured in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA by Minnetronix under contract with FreMon Scientific. All ZipSleeves are manufactured in Lee, Massachusetts, USA by Boyd Technologies also under contract with FreMon Scientific.

Dr. Farideh Bischoff, FreMon Scientific CEO and Chief Science Officer, and the entire FreMon Scientific Team wish to thank both Minnetronix and Boyd for their outstanding teams of dedicated staff. Their years of medical product design and manufacturing expertise help make the most advanced blood products warming and thawing technology possible. Together we save lives.