Lab Instruments & Equipment | Refrigeration | Biomedical Refrigerators

Biomedical Refrigerators

Biomedical refrigerators are medical equipments that are used to store a variety of samples of biological origin such as blood, derivatives of blood, biological reagents, vaccines, medicines, flammable chemicals, ribonucleic acid (RBA), and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). These products offer optimal conditions and ensure efficient storage required for biological samples.

  • Samples such as RNA and DNA are stored in biomedical refrigerators with temperature ranging between -70°C and -80°C and even low.
  • Vaccines, whole blood and plasma products are stored in plasma freezers with temperature range between -30°C and -40°C.
  • Blood component products or the whole blood is stored in blood bank refrigerators.

Biomedical refrigerators are extensively used in hospitals, blood banks, diagnostic centres, pharmacies, educational institutions, and in research laboratories.

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