There are a variety of uses for freezers for laboratories and industry. Each product needs a different volume, a different minimum and maximum temperature. There are those who need fast transport, etc.

Laboratory freezer as needed
Laboratory freezers are suitable for storing and maintaining the temperature of certain materials likes cool samples or specimens for preservation. They include refrigeration units for storing blood plasma and other blood products, as well as vaccines and other medical or pharmaceutical supplies. It is extremely important to match the material to the freezer. Proper temperature will preserve the materials and products and prevent damage.

Examples of desired temperature
cells and reagents-Usually need a temperature of -20 to -40 ° C.

enzymes and biochemicals- Usually need a temperature of -20 ° C.

biological samples- Usually need a temperature of -30 to -40 ° C.

Vaccine— Usually need a temperature of -30 to -40 ° C. But Some of the new covid19 vaccines need a very low temperature of up to -70 degrees. For such vaccines, vaccine freezers should be purchased.Vaccines exposed to temperatures outside the recommended ranges can have reduced potency and protection. Storage and handling errors can cost thousands of dollars in wasted vaccine and revaccination.


Sizes and shapes of freezers
There are numerous sizes and configurations of laboratory freezers available, including undercounter, freestanding, double-wide, and chest freezer models.
Bioevopeak supplies a wide range of freezers for industrial laboratories including freezers for vaccines. We specialize in customization according to customer needs.