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Protection for Ultralow Temperature Storage

Protection for Ultralow Temperature Storage

Keeping valuable vaccines safe at ultralow temperatures


Proper storage temperatures are critical for long research projects and to transport valuable, sensitive substances. Temperature is one of the most important purchase criteria when selecting an ultralow temperature (ULT) freezer. Some vaccines require temperatures between -40°C to -60°C, other materials require these temperatures for testing, and certain reagents require these temperatures for mid-term storage. -60°C to -86°C temperatures are required for long-term storage of biological products such as chemical reagents, vaccines, and bacteria.

Download the resource to learn how Liebherr stores vaccines safely at low temperatures.