Original Broadcast Date: Thursday February 23rd, 2012
Ultra low-temperature (ULT) freezers, with a typical temperature range of -45°C to -86°C, are used to store blood, drugs, enzymes, viruses, bacteria, cell preparations, chemicals, tissue samples, and more. Today’s newest models allow the user to store more samples safely and securely within a more compact footprint, while still being energy efficient to minimize operating costs, maximize economy, and reduce greenhouse gases. Available in upright, chest style, table-top, and under-bench designs, each style is designed to meet the requirements for research, clinical, or industrial applications by offering dependable temperature control, quiet operation, options and accessories to meet your needs, backup systems, alarm systems, on-board data storage, and even USB ports to download temperature and event log data.
This webinar, “What’s New in Ultra Low-Temperature Freezers,” brings together experts who will discuss recent advances and innovations in freezer technology and provide the audience with an opportunity to ask questions concerning their specific applications and get answers in real time.
- SANYO Biomedical (now Panasonic Healthcare)
- RURO, Inc.
- Thermo Scientific
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