Laboratories rely on ultra-low temperature storage to protect sensitive (and in some cases, irreplaceable) samples from being exposed to unacceptable temperatures. When evaluating various ultra-low freezers, it is important to know what to look for. There are critical design elements that should be taken into consideration when samples are stored at -86°C.
Reliability and performance should be the ultimate design goals for an ultra-low freezer. We noticed that there is a lack of information available regarding design elements that actually support these goals. Therefore, we created our latest eBook to provide guidance on what makes a difference in ultra-low freezer performance and dependable operation.
The eBook provides a real-world example of the importance of reliable ultra-low temperature storage, as well as information on the following:
- How freezer design plays a critical role in keeping heat out
- What oil management means and why it’s so important to reliability
- Why one critical design element is vital to protecting samples during door openings
- Trouble shooting and maintenance tips
Selecting the right ultra-low temperature solution means that your precious samples are safeguarded from adverse conditions. Learning what to look for in an ultra-low freezer will help ensure that you ultimately have a safe, secure storage environment.
Download our Ultra-Low Temperature Storage eBook to learn more.