Blood Refrigerators and Plasma Freezers
- Reliable pre-set temperature - worry free blood storage
- Locking cabinets - peace of mind
- Temperature charting and alarms - easy recordkeeping
- CFC-free - environmentally friendly
- Meets all industry standards for blood product storage - maintains the integrity of your stored blood products
Blood Bank Refrigerators
Capacities range from 416 to 1248 blood bags.
Undercounter Blood Bank Refrigerator
A capacity of 80 blood bags. Perfect for space-limited labs.
Available in 384 and 768 plasma pack capacities.
Undercounter Plasma Freezers
Compact storage freezers.
Need reliable blood storage?
The Nor-Lake line blood bank refrigerator and freezer are reliable, heavy-duty storage units for your blood products. Temperature recording charts simplify record-keeping and alarm systems are designed to signal temperature fluctuations. The larger units come with their own microprocessor (minicomputer) control and LCD message center. Whether you have a small space-restricted clinic or unlimited space, Nor-Lake has a storage size just right for you.
Every Nor-Lake Blood Bank Refrigerator and Freezer provides safe, secure, effortless blood storage for your valuable products
These top-of-the-line refrigerators and freezers offer the very best in scientific storage
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