Learn about medical refrigeration and more happening at Delta!

Delta Development uses the specialized heat transfer coating C-187 supplied by the US manufacturer NIC.


It provides better radiative heat transfer than regular powder coating and it is a thinner layer of material that does not insulate the heat sink like powder coating improving convection on the heatsink fins.


C-187 is also very durable and hard surface that resists corrosion, even when exposed to salt water.


This means the APRU will run cooler, requiring less battery energy to run the refrigeration system.


This is just one of the ways the APRU is able to attain the long duration battery life and not be damaged in extreme environments.


Check out the data sheet embedded below to learn more about Cerakote, or even head over to their website.



Updated: Aug 15

Delta Development Team is dedicated to delivering top-of-the-line American-Made products to warfighters and civilians alike.


We work hard to source our materials from American suppliers and we manufacture all of our products in the USA. We are proud to be an American-Made company.


The APRU6L is TAA compliant as well as assembled right here in Tucson, AZ. While some of our competitors' products are assembled in the USA, we source virtually all of our materials from American companies as well. This is important to our team.


If you want to learn about being Made in America, you can find out more here.





If you want to see some great images of the APRU being built here in Tucson, AZ, check out our slideshow below.

APRU 6L NSN# 4110-01-702-8523.

Updated: Jul 7



One thing we find very important at Delta Development Team, Inc. is that we are extremely transparent with our customers and other interested parties. That's why we're writing this blog post to talk about the JECETS tests that we're putting the APRU through.


The JECETS, or the Joint Enroute Care Equipment Test Standard, is important to ensure that medical equipment is held to the highest possible standard prior to allowing it to be used "onboard U.S. military transport vehicles during enroute patient care."


We want the APRU to be the most accessible, portable device on the market, so we are striving every day to get the most important certifications for it, to ensure that you have the very best equipment to help save lives.


We're nearly done with testing and once we've passed with flying colors, we'll make an announcement so you know that the product you've invested in is the best - and safest - equipment out there that you can give your team to help get blood, vaccines, and other vital components right where you need them, when you need them.


If you want to learn more about the JECETS tests, check out the standards and testing criteria by clicking the link below. And as always, if there are any ideas or certifications you think are important for us to know about, please contact us.