In the medical industry, you may need a chest freezer that can get significantly colder than the average laboratory freezer. This model, which can go all the way down to -60 degrees, can do just that.
The low-temperature freezer comes with static freezing and electronic control.
- -30 to -60 degrees
- static freezing
- handle with a lock
- audible temperature alarm
- condensate drain
Chest freezer for the medical industry
If you work in the medical industry, you may need a low-temperature freezer. This is true, for example, when working with different types of tests.
A low-temperature chest freezer is characterised – as the name suggests – by its ability to get extremely cold. This model can thus perform at as low as -60 degrees.
Because fluctuating freezer temperatures can have serious consequences, the GLK 10 S has a built-in temperature alarm. It provides an audible signal if the temperature of your freezer is less than ideal. That prevents the contents of your freezer from getting damaged.
With a built-in lock in its handle
This low-temperature freezer comes with a practical condensate drain and a digital temperature display. As a safety measure, a lock has been built into the handle. That way there is no risk of the contents of your freezer getting into the wrong hands and you can reassure customers and clients, for example, that the samples are being well looked after.
The GLK 10 S has a volume of 130 litres and is the smallest model in this range. If you are interested in a larger low-temperature chest freezer, you could consider one of the following models instead: