Ultra-Low Freezers, or ULTs, are freezers that can keep items at −86 °C. They are typically employed in research labs, hospitals, and laboratories to store genetic material and other very thermosensitive chemicals for lengthy periods.

Ultra-Low Freezer U901 for preserving genetic material in research labs, hospitals, and laboratories

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Due to the high volatility of samples, chemicals, and finished products, biomedical research institutions frequently utilize these freezers. Furthermore, as certain mRNA-based immunizations require long-term storage at −70 °C, Ultra-Low Freezers have recently become more commonly employed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

B Medical Systems offers a selection of Ultra-Low Freezers with varying storage capacities. The U901, with a gross volume of 949 L, is ideal for hospitals, labs, universities, and research institutions that require a large storage area for their most thermosensitive samples and goods.

The main advantage of this Ultra-Low Freezer is its wide operating temperature range, which can safely store a variety of goods at temperatures ranging from −86 °C to −20 °C. This capability allows this model to act as a standard medical freezer if necessary.

Source: B Medical Systems

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Gross Volume  949 L | 33.51 cu ft 
Cryoboxes Capacity  690 
2ml Vials Storage Capacity  69000 
Set Temperature Range  -86 °C to -20 °C 
Ambient Temperature Range  +10 °C to +43 °C 
Certifications  EU MDR Class IIa | ISO 14644-1 | Class 5 | US FDA Class II  
Net Weight  320 Kg | 705.48 lb 
Energy Consumption  12.4 kWh/24 hours (230 V, 50 Hz) 
15.5 kWh/24 hours (220 V, 60 Hz) 
Refrigerant Type  Natural R290/R170 
Remote Monitoring  °B Connected software/ RTMD 
Hold Over Time  2.3 hours (-82 °C to -60 °C) (220 V 60 Hz) at 25 °C  

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