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Saving Energy and Reducing Cost with GX Solutions Refrigerators

Posted on Feb 04, 2020 by Colleen Holtkamp

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Did you know that technological advances have made it possible to minimize energy use while also achieving optimal temperature management? GX Solutions professional medical-grade refrigerators from Helmer Scientific utilize innovative OptiCool™ technology. Designed for critical healthcare applications, GX Solutions offer optimized temperature management along with decreased energy use.

Conventional cooling technology has been used in medical-grade refrigeration for many years. These systems provide a temperature-controlled environment but tend to consume more energy than newer approaches. Converting from conventional units to GX Solutions reduces energy usage. This, in turn, helps facilities reduce their utility bills, lowering the cost of ownership.

In addition to cutting back on energy use, these systems can reduce heat output into a facility’s rooms and benefit the environment by decreasing global warming potential. These advantages help support organizational sustainability initiatives.

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Download our white paper, “Energy Usage – GX Solutions with the OptiCool™ System,” for an overview on the cooling technology that makes these results possible, as well as data on the reduction in energy use that can be achieved by switching from conventional medical-grade refrigerators to GX Solutions. The white paper also demonstrates the impact of energy efficiency on cost of ownership and how facilities can save money year after year by updating to GX Solutions.

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Colleen Holtkamp

Written by Colleen Holtkamp

Helmer designs, manufactures, and markets specialized medical and laboratory equipment to customers in more than 125 countries. With an extensive background in Helmer products, Colleen’s focus is on the Clinical Laboratory and Blood Bank segments.

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