Laboratory Cold Room

Laboratory cold room

Laboratory Cold Room

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Lab Cold Room

Laboratory Cold Room is widely used for bacterial culture and temperature and humidity test, which for medical hygiene and industry, and other research program.

All Lab Cold Room mainly storage various  of pharmaceutical products in the low temperature refrigeration conditions, to make the product does not degenerate failure to extend the shelf life of drugs, library temperature is generally +2 ℃ – +8 ℃. Professional for pharmaceutical enterprises to create high-quality cold storage, meet the requirements of the dual supervision of the medical supervision bureau. With alarm, generator, spare cooling equipment, temperature and humidity record printing.

Automatic defrosting unit are with high energy efficiency, cooling capacity, low noise, safe and reliable.
The rooms are modular, with “tongue-in-groove” construction. All major components are pre-assembled, ready for quick onsite assembly.

Rooms with operating control from -20°C to above +30°C have all been successfully installed. Incubator rooms typically have temperature control to better than 1°C.

Model Product Name Room Size(mm) Cold room Temperature Compressor   (unit) Volume Capacity
YZA-10L Laboratory Cold Room 2200*2500*2000  0℃ to 30℃ Copeland/BITER 8
YZB-20L Laboratory Cold Room 2800*4400*2200  0℃ to 30℃ Copeland/BITER 21
YZC-30L Laboratory Cold Room 3000*5000*2500  0℃ to 30℃ Copeland/BITER 30
YZD-40L Laboratory Cold Room 4000*5000*2500  0℃ to 30℃ Copeland/BITER 40
YZE-100L Laboratory Cold Room 5000*8000*2800  0℃ to 30℃ Copeland/BITER 90
YZF-200L Laboratory Cold Room 8000*10000*3000  0℃ to 30℃ Copeland/BITER 200

With high efficiency air condenser and external rotor low noise motor, the condensation radiator can effectively dissipate heat, in extreme high temperature environment to maintain high pressure pressure in the normal value.


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