The new Panasonic MDF-U700VX is the latest laboratory freezer from Panasonic. This new ultra low freezer features Dual Cooling Technology which means that this laboratory freezer can still m...read more
The new Panasonic MDF-U700VX is the latest laboratory freezer from Panasonic. This new ultra low freezer features Dual Cooling Technology which means that this laboratory freezer can still maintain temperatures within the -70C range even if one of it's two compressors fail. In a conventional freezer, if one compressor fails, then ultra low temperatures are lost. This ultra low freezer is designed around sample safety and offers more protection than conventional laboratory freezers.
In addition to dual cooling technology, the MDF-U700VX features an extensive alarm system and VIP Vacuum Insulation panels to further protect your samples. The VIP insulation means that you can store 30% more samples in this laboratory freezer than you could in a conventional freezer of equal size. The VIP thin wall technology also means that less space is taken up in your laboratory because of the small footprint. An LCD display also logs data within a preset period so that you can view that your samples are stored at the correct temperature
Maintenance is also reduced on the MDF-U700VX because there are no air filters to monitor and be cleaned.
The MDF-U700VX is certified as a Class IIa Medical Device (93/42/EEC and 2007/47/EC) for medical purposes of storing cells, DNA and/or frozen Plasma
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