Superior Temperature Uniformity
Forced air circulation in the MPR-1014R-PA allows for precise temperature uniformity, even after frequent door openings. The digital display shows temperature reading in the gradients of 1°C. The configurable temperature for pharmaceutical refrigerators ranges from 2° to 14°C. A thermistor sensor monitors temperature inside the chamber. The circulation fan provides rapid temperature adjustment for a highly reliable, stable preservation environment unaffected by ambient temperature.
Remarkable Cooling Efficiency
A highly efficient hermetic compressor provides efficient cooling and maintains temperature level.
The ergonomic design of the MPR series medical refrigerators for vaccines provides a clear view of stored items through the large glass panels. The slim profile also allows for quick retrieval of all products. Due to the space saving design, less installation space is required. Two dual paned sliding glass doors seal tightly to maintain uniformity.
Comprehensive setpoint, alarm, monitoring and diagnostic functions are based on PHC built microprocessor controller with digital display of all input/output functions. The microprocessor and the electronic temperature controls ensure that the set temperature is maintained.
Validated Fridge for Vaccine Storage
The PHCbi plenum for this Energy Star® Certified medical refrigerator for vaccines allows for uniform cold air flow distribution throughout the chamber to ensure temperature uniformity. This is essential for validated storage requirements.
Cycle Defrost System
Defrosting is performed automatically during compressor "off" cycles by sensing frost levels. This ensures defrosting is performed only when required, further protecting the contents against unnecessary temperature rise. The defrosting heater also acts as an emergency heat source to prevent samples from freezing in extremely low ambient temperature conditions (below 0°C).
Medical Refrigerator for Vaccine Safety
Audible and flashing LED visual alarms alter you to the unlikely event of either a high or low temperature condition. If the inside temperature rises abnormally, an overshooting prevention circuit automatically switches off the fan motor or heater.