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Thermo Scientific Maximizes Cold Storage Capacity

Published: Tuesday, November 08, 2011
Last Updated: Monday, November 07, 2011
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Thermo Scientific Revco UxF series increases internal space within a small laboratory footprint.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has recently introduced its portfolio of Thermo Scientific Revco UxF Series ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezers.

Available in five sizes, with capacities from 421 to 949 liters (14.9 - 33.5 cubic feet), internal space is maximized, within a small laboratory footprint.

In addition, the new design of the cabinet and its vacuum panel insulation allow up to 70,000 2 mL tubes or 118,300 1 mL Thermo Scientific Cryobank tubes to be stored at any one time.

Providing advanced temperature uniformity throughout the internal chamber, usable space is maximized, making it the ideal choice for any space restricted laboratories.

Providing outstanding sample protection during long- and short-term cold storage, the Thermo Scientific Revco UxF Series of ULT freezers are available in a number of different size and capacity formats, to suit any storage and space requirements.

As a result, users can store large sample numbers, saving valuable time in making stock solutions for subsequent use.

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