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Laboratory Freezers

The Liebherr LCV 4010 laboratory fridge freezer has an automatically defrosting refrigerator compartment, while the freezer compartment is defrosted manually. The unit has a dynamic cooling system with temperature ranges of 3ºC to 8ºC for the fridge and -9ºC to -30ºC for the freezer. The control system is electronic and this appliance has a fitted lock, self-closing door and digital temperature display.

LEC laboratory fridge freezers are available in counter, under-counter and free-standing versions and they have external digital controllers so that temperature readings can be taken without opening the doors. This means the temperature will not fluctuate unnecessarily within the freezer or fridge. The fridge freezers are lockable to prevent unauthorised access and are supplied with two keys. As the interior is spark free, with no electrical components, reactive substances such as volatile liquids can be stored safely with no risk of explosion.

Alarms to alert staff quickly to high and low temperatures are both visual and audible, enabling action to be taken to rectify the problem before any damage is caused to the contents of the laboratory fridge freezer. There is also an open door alarm. Doors are reversible for added versatility and the fridge freezers are supplied on castors for easy movement.

The Labcold RLFF13246 230/160 Sparkfree fridge freezer has optional door locks and automatic defrosting, and the freezer is supplied with drawers. The fridge temperature range is 2°C to 10°C and the freezer temperature range is -18°C to -23°C. An alarm and temperature display are optional.

Laboratory technicians or medical professionals need to make sure that their samples or vaccines are kept at the correct temperature. It is a vital part of their work, so it is important to make sure that the fridges and freezers are up to the mark.

A domestic fridge or freezer will not be able to perform as well as a special laboratory freezer or fridge. If you need to protect precious samples or vaccines, a specialist lab freezer or fridge is a more reliable choice.

These samples are high-value in monetary terms and in terms of the research or hours of work they represent, so it is imperative to invest in a top-value lab freezer or fridge to store your work.

These cold storage units come in a range of sizes and styles with state-of-the-art technology and security while keeping a uniform temperature. There are freezers and fridges that can go under the counter, upright or chest models, and a choice of manual or automatic defrost freezers.

They can also monitor the temperature and have alarms to minimise the risk of tampering or human error.

A specialist laboratory freezer will keep stored items such as cultures, plasma, serum or clinical samples at a constant temperature even if the door needs to be opened often. It can be locked so you can control who has access.

Investing in a high-tech lab freezer or fridge is a sound choice to keep your vital samples safe and secure.