LIEBHERR Laboratory Fridge-Freezer Combo with Comfort controller
The small footprint of the LIEBHERR Laboratory Fridge-Freezer Combo makes it suitable for labs that have limited space. Configured with the user in mind, the 254-litre fridge compartment is stacked on top of the 107-litre freezer compartment, giving users easy access to samples and reagents.
Samples and reagents can be optimally stored between +3°C and +16°C in the fridge compartment and between -9°C and -30°C in the freezer compartment, with temperatures set to 1/10°C accuracy using the digital display of the Comfort electronic controller. Temperature remains uniform in the fridge compartment due to the fan-forced, dynamic cooling system and stable in the freezer compartment because of the static cooling system.
The LIEBHERR Laboratory Fridge-Freezer Combo with Comfort controller comes with an access port for feeding external temperature sensors via the back of the unit. This maintains the integrity of the door seal and permits temperature control, when the external temperature sensor is used in conjunction with the 1-point calibration function of the Comfort controller.
The product is fitted with locks, equipped with visual and audible alarms to warn users when temperature limits are exceeded, and has an integrated data memory to record min/max temperature as well as the last three alarm events. Temperature and alarm data can also be transferred to a building management system via RS 485 interface and alarms forwarded to an email, phone, etc via volt-free contact.
Energy consumption and running costs are low due to the efficient compressor, insulation and eco-friendly refrigerant (R600a) used.
For more information: https://www.andico.com.au/liebherr-bio-medical/.
Phone: 1800 685 899
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