Freezers boast a greener footprint
New Brunswick’s ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezers claim to consume up to 59% less energy than competitive units.
New Brunswick’s ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezers are, according to the company, the most energy-saving in the industry.
The group’s new HEF High Efficiency Freezer models consume up to 59% less energy than competitive units, potentially saving thousands in operating costs over the lifetime of the freezer.
ULT freezers are virtually never turned off and, compared to other laboratory systems, energy requirements can be high in order to maintain the very low temperatures necessary for sample preservation.
The system features a cascade stage twin compressor, capable of continuous cooling temperatures of -90°C.
The LS-series, LM-series and MM-series chillers from Polyscience can provide up to 1290 watts of cooling at 20°C.
The Octygen screw cap tube delivers working volumes of 475µl for low temperature storage applications.
Stem Cellbanker has proven to be an effective freezing medium for stem cells and iPS cells storage.
The VirTis BenchTop pro freeze dryer meets the demands of both aqueous and aqueous solvent based formulations.