warmers are made of natural materials
including iron powder, water, salt,
acivated charcoal and wood fiber. Once
removed from the specially designed outer
packaging the exposure to air activates
the ingredients and the warmer begins to
build heat. Always allow 10 to 20 minutes
for the warmers to reach their optimal
What’s in a pack? What makes
A. Our HeatMax® family of air
activated warmers all contain a mixture of
natural ingredients that when exposed to
air react together to produce heat. This
is accomplished through an extremely fast
oxidation (or rusting) process.
Ingredients include: iron powder, water,
salt, activated charcoal and vermiculite.
HeatMax® has perfected the process so
that our warmers, depending on the
individual product, produce heat anywhere
from 100°F to 180°F for duration
of 1 to 20+ hours.
What about the environment?
A. Another great point about the
HeatMax® product line of warmers is
that they are completely environmentally
safe. Just use and dispose of in your
Is every warmer the same?
A. No. HeatMax® has the ability to
manufacture air activated warmers in
different sizes and with different
temperature ranges. Packs are manufactured
to fit the needs of our consumers.
Why can’t the warmers be
applied directly to skin?
A. Although all HeatMax® warmers are
safe to handle and use, some people with
sensitive skin (especially young children,
Diabetics and the elderly) may have
reduced sensation to heat. Please read all
instructions for use with each product and
apply them properly.
Can HeatMax® warmers be taken
A. Yes. There is absolutely no problem
with taking them aboard or using them
during flight. They are completely safe
for air travel.
Are HeatMax® warmers
A. No. Our warmers are designed for
one-time use and then disposed of in
are some of the other benefits of