Solar Blood Bank Refrigerator
Specification Reference for Solar Blood Bank Refrigerator: BTS/RFS.3
Equipment Purpose: A refrigerator which is used for the storage of whole blood/red cell packs in a blood bank
Type of Equipment: The refrigerator used compression type cycle. The refrigerant is CFC free . Electricity is generated from solar energy using solar panels.
Laboratory Test Procedure for Solar Blood Bank Refrigerator : Standard Test Procedure: BTS/ Proc/ 5
Construction: Chest type/vertical type
Internal Body: Stainless Steel SS304.
External Cabinet: Bacterial free Corrosion Resistant CRCA steel at least 1mm thickness. CFC puff free insulation
Racks/Trays: Provided for easy packing or retrieval of Blood packs.
Door: Solid door with Door Handle and lock for security.
Electrical Characteristics: Input voltage: Direct Current to Required Voltage, 12-24 volts.
The solar Blood Bank Refrigerator meets electrical safety specifications such as that of IEC
Minimum Compressor Starting Voltage required: 22% below nominal voltage
Internal Temperature Control: Electronic temperature controller
Inside body temperature Range: 2 °C to 6 °C with setting accuracy of ±1°C whatever the load
External Ambient Temperature Required: Solar BBR can Perform in an ambient temperature of up to +45 °C and 60% humidity
Hold-Over Time*: A full load of blood packs at +4 °C (±1 °C ) takes at least 72 hrs to rise to above +6 °C
Cooling Down Time*: A full load of blood packs at +37 °C takes a maximum of 10 hrs for all the packs to reach below +6 °C