Laboratory refrigerator HP series
cabinetwith automatic defrostcombination

laboratory refrigerator
laboratory refrigerator
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Characteristics

Applications
laboratory
Configuration
cabinet
Other characteristics
with automatic defrost, combination, 2-door
Capacity

170 l, 260 l (44.9 gal)

Temperature range

Max.: 15 °C (59 °F)

Min.: -24 °C (-11.2 °F)

Description

High-Performance Protection for your Precious Sample ESCO HP Series refrigerators and freezers are designed for laboratory use offering superior product protection with long term reliability and exceptional product quality. When superior levels of cold storage performance, reliability, and flexibility are needed, the ESCO HP series of Laboratory Refrigerators and Freezers is the best choice—it provides a high performance protection for your precious samples! Laboratory refrigerators and freezers are generally used for storing non-volatile reagents and non-volatile biological specimens and are usually marketed through laboratory equipment supply store. The temperature ranges from +2°C to +15°C for refrigerators and –10°C to –24°C for freezers. It also has a large internal capacity with HC6-400S having 170 L for refrigerator, 160 L for freezer and HC6-700S having 260 L for refrigerator, 265 L for freezer. Forced air design: Superior forced air design instead of regular cold wall for freezer Rapid cool-down and very fast recovery due to fan assistance Fast temperature equilibration; superior sample protection Intelligent Automatic defrost for additional sample protection: High performance unit uses intelligent defrost to maximize sample protection Computer has thermocouple on the evaporator - Detects ice formation - Defrosts only when needed to keep units at optimum performance - Keeps chamber temperature within safe limits

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