Liebherr Laboratory Freezer
The 1361-litre Laboratory Freezer with electronic controller (LGPv 6520) is designed to offer safe cold storage for critical samples and reagents in PC2 facilities.
Critical samples and reagents can be optimally stored between -10°C to -30°C with temperature set to 1/10°C accuracy using the flush-mounted keypad on the high-tech electronic controller. The keypad can be locked to prevent temperature setting changes, and a physical lock protects samples and reagents against unauthorised access.
Refrigeration components are top mounted to comply with PC2 requirements, and functional parts like fans and evaporators are located outside the unit for servicing and to increase the net capacity of the freezer.
The 1361-litre Laboratory Freezer with electronic controller uses a forced-air cooling system for maximum temperature uniformity and fast temperature recovery after door openings. Manual defrosting is reduced by the automatic 12 min hot gas defrost cycle which removes ice-build without compromising temperature and integrity of contents.
Castors allow the 1361-litre freezer to be moved easily for cleaning purposes or to reposition in the lab. Eight height-adjustable plastic-coated grid shelves help users maximise their storage capacity.
Visual and audible alarms warn users of temperature breaches and when the door is ajar for more than 1 min, and a 72 h battery backup monitors temperature in the event of a power outage. The freezer is equipped with an access port for independent temperature sensors to be connected and has a volt-free alarm contact and RS 485 interface for communicating temperature data and alarms to remote monitoring or building management systems.
For more information: http://www.liebherrprofessional.com.au/laboratory/home.
Phone: 1800 685 899
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