Specialty Refrigerator Products
- Blood products
- Flammable storage
- Low temperature applications (-30°C)
- Flammable Storage
- Combination Lab Refrigerator/Freezer
Blood Bank Refrigerators and Freezers
Meets all industry standards for blood product storage.
Worry-free storage for your bio products. Energy Star efficiency.
Combination Laboratory Refrigerator/Freezer
When you need both a refrigerator and a freezer.
In a size to suit your requirements from 24 to 80 cubic feet. Glass doors standard.
Low Temperature Freezer
For dependable control, adjustable from -20 to -30°C.
Worry Free Storage - Nor-Lake Specialty Refrigerators and Freezers
Standard or optional temperature recording charts simplify record-keeping and alarm systems signal temperature fluctuations and, in some units, alarm messages are displayed prominently on the outside for easy monitoring.
- Blood storage
- Flammable storage
- Combination refrigerator/freezer
- Low temperature freezer (-30°C)
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