The idea of using a low temperature environment has been present for centuries. The creation of the low temperature apparatus was the result of a series of innovations by chemists, engineers and inventors in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The American inventors Oliver Evans, Jacob Perkins and John Gorrie are credited with the development of the first versions of the modern refrigerator at the beginning of 1800. Later in the same century, the work of the German engineer Carl von Linden allowed a chemical refrigerant to be stored efficiently, paving the way for the mass production of refrigerators.
Having the right refrigeration system is a very important aspect in any kind of laboratory. High-end refrigeration systems will guarantee you the appropriate sample storage for you experiments and procedures. Every single laboratory has its own needs, especially when it comes to storage. For example, you must that research laboratories may need to save critical biological samples with a specific temperature or risk. If there is a temperature malfunction, the medical procedure might fail and the results will not be reliable.
Laboratory refrigeration can be a daunting task. Some people might think that purchasing a laboratory refrigerator is an easy thing to do. They could not be more wrong. Maybe, you are wondering why. Well, the answer is that if you make the wrong decision when purchasing any kind of refrigerator for your facility you choose the wrong model or the wrong kind, you might end up losing a lot of money and a lot of research time. You should know that the temperature fluctuation can destroy the effectiveness of vaccines.
Blood Bank Refrigerator
Keeping your samples safe is an essential step in your laboratory. We understand the importance of having the right device to correctly keep your blood samples. That is why we also understand that one of the key differences in medical or laboratory refrigeration and household refrigeration comes down to the freezer. While there is no universal temperature setting for all vaccines or biological samples, it is always advised that any kind of medical refrigerator stay within 2 to 8ºC. Within that temperature range, most units will still experience minor temperature swings.
Medical or laboratory freezers have different requirements depending on what they are storing. Ultra low laboratory freezers are generally classified by their temperature, with units that can reach between -45º and -85ºC. Other temperature classes include -35º, -30º, and -25ºC, while freezers that are more standard run between -10º and -20ºC. As you can probably imagine, it is vital to know what temperature requirements the items you will be storing have before purchasing a clinical grade freezer. Once you have selected a refrigerator designed to medical standards, it is important to make sure it is actually performing to these standards. Monitoring the temperature is vital to ensuring that your refrigerator is protecting, and not damaging its contents.
In most of our refrigerators and freezers, the temperature control option is available. The temperature range can be set freely; there is also an audible and visual alarm system when it comes to high or low temperature, open door, power failure, filter failure, sensor failure and low battery alarm. LCD screens are also one of the features of our laboratory refrigerator and freezers. Auto defrost is another feature in some of the models. Another important spec is the keyboard lock protected configuration page and delayed start and safe stop interval between restart and the end of the cycle.
Our refrigerators and freezers work with the international famous compressor and Germany EBM fan motor that lowers the noise and reduces the power consumption. In addition, they have forced air circulation system, highly effective condenser and expansive evaporator to provide quick freezing. There is also the option of quick freezing switch to make cooling faster. Some of the models come with double compressor to control each chamber room separately. These freezers and refrigerators also come with unique refrigeration circulation and unipolar compressor oil-lubricated technology. Finally, they have a China patent technology of mixture refrigerant, especially single stage refrigeration design and a VIP board install for good heat preservation.
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