Glass Front Tabletop Lab Refrigerator with Temperature Alarms

Compact table top glass door lab refrigerator

Compact table top glass door lab refrigerator

Opening a lab refrigerator to check inventory or retrieve vaccines and biologicals causes an unwelcome interior temperature spike that over time can result in vaccines losing potency.   These spikes are more pronounced in a tabletop lab refrigerator typically used in local healthcare clinics and doctors’ offices.  A great solution is a glass front tabletop lab refrigerator with audible and visual high-low temperature alarms.  Healthcare providers check contents at a glance with the door shut.  A switch-activated interior light makes inventory taking easier.

Now available from Tovatech the 2.4 cubic foot capacity Norlake LR031WWG/0 compact table top glass door lab refrigerator features a digital LED display microprocessor temperature control.  This allows healthcare personnel to set internal temperatures from +2⁰ to 10⁰C, and it continuously displays content temperature.

The unit is equipped with an internal fan to stabilize cooling and the cabinet is foamed-in-place with CFC-free high density polyurethane insulation.  Alarms alert personnel should temperature excursions occur and an alarm also sounds if the magnetic gasket-equipped lockable door is ajar.

With external dimensions of 26”h x 19.5”w x 22.8” deep the LR031WWG/0 glass front laboratory refrigerator provides great product protection in crowded healthcare clinics.  Units are shipped with two adjustable epoxy coated wire shelves and a removable wire storage basket.

Healthcare clinics and similar organizations requiring slightly larger storage capacity should inquire about the 4.2 cubic foot solid door LR051WWW/0 undercounter pharmacy refrigerator. Contact the scientists at Tovatech for additional information on these and other scientific refrigerators and freezers.

About Rachel Kohn

So how did an MIT Ph.D. end up selling refrigerators? When I figured out that a lot more scientists buy lab refrigerators than innovative leading-edge instruments. I hope that my many years of lab experience will help you find the right equipment for your work. Before co-founding Tovatech I worked in business development and project management at Smiths Detection, Photon-X, Cardinal Health, and Hoechst Celanese. And before that I spent 12 years as an R&D chemist at Hoechst Celanese and Aventis working on advanced drug delivery systems, polymer films and membranes, optical disks, and polysaccharides. Some day, eventually, I’ll make enough money to develop an innovative technology that will change the world. Read More