Follow us on...


Search News Archives
Events
«  »
SMTWTFS
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930 

Biochemistry Conference 2017


GCC Forensic Science Conference


Cleanroom Management Summit


The European Biopolymer Summit


3rd International Conference on Enzymology & Molecular Biology

 

Media Partners


 

 


Subscibe to our YouTube channel

 

 

E-Newsletter Month  
Lab Bulletin Monthly Update October view archive
Microscopy & Image Analysis October view archive
Separation Science October view archive
Weekly Update November(2) view archive

For further information or to sign up to receive any of our E-Newsletters click here


New Lab-Grade Undercounter Refrigerators Use Redundant Cooling Technology to Maintain Optimal Storage Conditions

publication date: Aug 24, 2017
 | 
author/source: Thermo Fisher Scientific

TSX505 Series undercounter refrigerators

Thermo Scientific TSX505 Series undercounter refrigerators designed to provide sustainable cold storage for demanding applications

Clinical and laboratory personnel with the need to store vaccines, pharmaceuticals and other molecular or biological samples safely can benefit from a new series of lab-grade undercounter refrigerators that are designed to minimize energy usage and noise, while maintaining high levels of performance and maximizing storage capacity.

As the only current lab-grade undercounter refrigerators using thermoelectric devices in place of compressor technology for variable speed control, these refrigerators regulate their internal temperatures more effectively to provide ideal storage conditions for the most demanding applications. Powered by compressor-free V-Drive technology, featuring synchronized 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 minimize the negative impact of temperature fluctuations on samples. In combination, V-Drive and STeM provide uninterrupted temperature stability and uniformity throughout the internal chamber. Furthermore, the new TSX505 refrigerators consume up to 37 percent less energy than other models, translating to an average annual cost reduction of up to 30 percent.

The compressor-less technology of the TSX 505 refrigerator also overcomes the common challenge of ‘humming’ experienced with many lab-grade refrigerators through its whisper-quiet operation at just 35 dBA. This means that the unit can be kept in work areas without disturbing personnel or nearby patients.  In addition, with no internal protrusions, such as overhead fans, users can benefit from up to double the storage space compared to similar models.

“Our customers often deal with highly sensitive samples that need to be maintained at constant temperatures to preserve their viability for use, which is especially important in the clinical setting,” said Eric Roman, president, laboratory products, Thermo Fisher Scientific. “For many, it’s essential that vaccines and other medicines are located close to the patient to boost efficiencies, which is why we focused on decreasing refrigerator noise to reduce the level of disturbance at the point of care. This, in combination with the sustainability focus of the entire TSX portfolio, enables us to bring to market a product designed to eliminate real laboratory issues in a number of settings.”

As the latest addition to the Thermo Scientific TSX Series of freezers and refrigerators, the undercounter refrigerators use environmentally-friendly refrigerants in compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP). Data logging capabilities are easily enabled through a USB port, allowing users to monitor storage conditions in a timely and efficient manner.


more about thermo scientific


more news from thermo scientific


 

 

 




Can't find what you are looking for?


Search by company, product or location

Company Name:

Location:

Product:



Please note Lab Bulletin does not sell, supply any of the products featured on this website. If you have a product enquiry, please contact the supplier directly.


Lab Bulletin is published by newleaf marketing communications ltd

Promotions