September 26, 2013

Panasonic has launched a brand new line of -30˚C Biomedical freezers that provide cost-efficient and secure sample storage across a wide range of applications. A combination of technological advances in Panasonic’s new -30˚C freezers reduces energy consumption and improves temperature stability, delivering the effective, reliable environmental control needed when storing valuable materials such as vaccines, diagnostic samples, enzymes, culture media and reagents.

In conventional freezers, single speed compressors maintain the freezer temperatures by cycling on and off. Panasonic’s new Biomedical freezers incorporate inverter compressors that can run at varying speeds to optimise cooling performance under different conditions and ensure highly reliable, efficient operation. This is the first time that such technology has ever been employed in -30˚C freezers. The use of inverter compressors significantly improves the temperature uniformity of the freezer and reduces energy consumption for decreased environmental impact and lower running costs. Natural hydrocarbon (HC) refrigerants also contribute to the low carbon footprint of these new freezers.

Panasonic -30˚C biomedical freezers feature Panasonic’s intuitive microprocessor control with an easy-to-read digital display, which delivers comprehensive set point, alarm, monitoring and diagnostic functions to track system conditions and alert users in the unlikely event of temperature abnormalities. In addition, the user-friendly design delivers exceptional convenience and ease of use.

Panasonic Biomedical Sales Europe BV, +31 76 543 38 33, biomedical.export@eu.panasonic.com, www.biomedical.panasonic.eu.

September 26, 2013

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