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Thermo Scientific TSX505 Series lab-grade undercounter refrigerators

20:00 EDT 1 Aug 2017 | Australian Life Scientist

Clinical and laboratory personnel with the need to store vaccines, pharmaceuticals and other molecular or biological samples safely can benefit from the Thermo Scientific TSX505 Series lab-grade undercounter refrigerators, designed to minimise energy usage and noise while maintaining high levels of performance and maximising storage capacity. Using thermoelectric devices in place of compressor technology for variable speed control, the refrigerators regulate their internal temperatures effectively to provide suitable storage conditions for demanding applications.

Powered by compressor-free V-Drive technology and featuring synchronised temperature management (STeM), internal conditions are actively monitored and maintained at the desired temperature. This includes constant monitoring of, and adjustments during, door openings to minimise the negative impact of temperature fluctuations on samples. In combination, V-Drive and STeM provide uninterrupted temperature stability and uniformity throughout the internal chamber.

The refrigerators are said to consume up to 37% less energy than other models. The compressor-less technology also overcomes the common challenge of ‘humming’ in lab-grade refrigerators due to its quiet operation at just 35 dBA. This means the unit can be kept in work areas without disturbing personnel or nearby patients.

Data logging capabilities are easily enabled through a USB port, allowing users to monitor storage conditions in a timely and efficient manner. With no internal protrusions, such as overhead fans, users can benefit from up to double the storage space compared to similar models.

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