Ultra low-temperature freezer Select™ NSSUF241WWW/0laboratoryupright1-door

ultra low-temperature freezer
ultra low-temperature freezer
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Characteristics

Applications
laboratory
Configuration
upright
Other characteristics
ultra low-temperature, 1-door
Capacity

14.3 ft³, 18.9 ft³, 23.3 ft³, 27.5 ft³

Temperature range

-86 °C (-122.8 °F)

Description

Features High-impact, smooth scratch and corrosion resistant painted exterior and smooth white painted interior, provides attractive appearance and easy to clean surfaces. Interior and exterior of the freezer cabinet are white painted galvanized steel. Combination cabinet mounted multi-bulb and door perimeter gaskets provide multiple points of door sealing. Ensures reliable frost resistant performance and enhances energy efficient cold performance for long term sample security and storage. Interior doors (5) independent hinged steel inner doors are constructed of insulated panels with magnetic catch and easy pull handles. Reduces cold loss during door openings and sample retrieval. Easy open integrated outer door latch and handle allows one-handed opening and closing. Door activated electro-magnetic switch for use with door ajar alarm, optional CO2/LN2 backup systems and vacuum relief system. 1 inch diameter sensor access ports (2), located in top and bottom of back wall of cabinet for use with monitoring sensor probes. Advanced PLC (programmable logic) microprocessor controller (door mounted eye level display and interface) includes real time clock, event logging alarm history, advanced alarms, alarm-test, and memory functions. Password protection (2 levels, setpoints and parameters) security for power, temperature and alarm settings.

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