- Temp displays at eye-level - easy to monitor
- Choose Auto defrost or Manual defrost
- Alarms and chart recorders provide easy recordkeeping
- Standard door locks for peace of mind
- Choice of legs, levelers, or casters - fits your lab
Glass Door Laboratory Refrigerator
The best in refrigeration for the lab with full length glass doors.
Solid Door Laboratory Refrigerator
All the premium features in a solid-door version.
When you need a lab refrigerator and freezer as well.
Flammable Storage Refrigerator
Designed to safely store volatile and flammable products.
Auto Defrost Laboratory Refrigerator
Perfect for day-to-day scientific and laboratory storage.
Manual Defrost Laboratory Refrigerator
No fans, keep samples moist. Use less energy, reduce temperature cycling.
Sliding Glass Door Refrigerator
Equipped with self-closing sliding doors.
Pass Through Refrigerator
For front and back access, with options of glass or solid doors on front and back.
Exceptional Quality Laboratory Storage
A complete line of dependable Nor-Lake refrigerators is available for your crucial scientific, medical, pharmaceutical, and laboratory storage. All with industrial quality heavy-duty refrigeration systems to meet the most demanding applications. Available with LED displays, alarms and temperature chart recorders, you can find a laboratory refrigerator to meet your individual needs.
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