Q: Cryogenic preservation of samples and cells can be costly, dangerous, and cumbersome
The handling of LN2 tanks can be challenging and bog down laboratory workflow. Ensuring that your inventory has appropriate temperature preservation at the cryogenic level can be critical. While it does indeed offer excellent long-term storage capability, liquid nitrogen can be dangerous to work with and requires additional investment.
A:Safe and economical air phase cryogenic storage without liquid nitrogen
Consider the benefits of mechanical cryopreservation. The PHCbi brand MDF-C2156VANCPAoffers tight temperature uniformity at -150°C, +/- 5°C, and can eliminate consumption ofLN2. This small footprint cryopreservation model can accommodate up to 165 two-inch boxes and leverages standard 220V power requirements. Using this air phase storage system lowers total costs of ownership through reduced energy usage, lowered reliance upon LN2, and decreased safety concerns.
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