Thermo Fisher Scientific ENERGY STAR certified energy-efficient, ultralow-temperature laboratory freezers
Laboratories are under increasing pressure to decrease their energy consumption, but finding ultralow-temperature cold storage equipment that can help reduce environmental footprint and is equipped with features to maintain sample storage conditions can be challenging. Now, researchers can choose from the wide range of ENERGY STAR certified ultralow-temperature freezers from Thermo Fisher Scientific, including the Thermo Scientific TSX, Forma 89000, Revco RLE, TLE and HERAfreeze HLE Series.
A joint initiative of the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy, the ENERGY STAR program recognises energy-efficient products, homes and buildings to enable consumers, businesses and industry to make smart, sustainable choices. The program has now been expanded to include standards for laboratory equipment used for the cold storage of non-volatile reagents and biological specimens.
To reduce energy consumption, Thermo Fisher Scientific’s ultralow-temperature freezers incorporate features such as V-drive technology that continually detects and adapts to user patterns to provide temperature uniformity throughout, fast door opening recovery and lower heat emissions to reduce HVAC costs. In addition, the refrigerants used in the freezers have been approved by the EPA’s Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) program, which evaluates substitutes for ozone-depleting substances to reduce overall risk to human health and the environment.
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