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Laboratory refrigerator MPR-1014-PE
for pharmaciescabinet2-door

laboratory refrigerator
laboratory refrigerator
laboratory refrigerator
laboratory refrigerator
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Characteristics

Applications
laboratory, for pharmacies
Configuration
cabinet
Other characteristics
2-door
Capacity

1,033 l (272.9 gal)

Temperature range

Max.: 14 °C (57.2 °F)

Min.: 2 °C (35.6 °F)

Description

Uniform storage temperature for the most demanding applicationsThe +4°C MPR-1014-PE Pharmaceutical Refrigerator offers a complete and integrated solution for the growing requirements for strict and exact storage temperatures for pharmaceuticals, medicines, and temperature sensitive biologicals at (2(-14°C)). The slim design and optional sliding shelves allows for an ergonomic easy-reach retrieval of your product.Manufactured and distributed by PHCbi, all our Laboratory Refrigerators / Pharmacy Fridges / Vaccine Fridges / lab fridges are designed to meet the most exacting standards required of a specialist Pharmaceutical Refrigerator. Effective, reliable temperature control, quiet operation, ease of use and ergonomic design are just a few of the features you can expect as standard from a PHCbi Refrigerator.Environmentally-friendly CFC-Free PHCbi refrigerators feature commercially available CFC-free, HFC refrigerants and CFC-free insulation. RoHS Compliant On July 1, 2006, the RoHS legislation (EU Directive 2002/95/EU) came into effect. RoHS is the restriction of hazardous substances to reduce the amount of pollution to the environment. Toxic substances in electrical equipment such as lead, cadmium, mercury, chromium 6+, pbb and PBDE, which can do serious harm to the environment, have been banned. The MPR Pharmaceutical Refrigerators are compliant with these regulations.

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