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Thermo Fisher Scientific Offers Energy Efficient Sample Storage

Published: Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Last Updated: Tuesday, December 06, 2011
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New Revco UxF series of ultra-low temperature freezers maximize sample storage capacity while minimizing energy usage.

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

These innovative new freezers have been designed to provide laboratories with an energy efficient approach to cold storage.

The Revco® UxF portfolio incorporates users choice of a high-performance or energy saving modes, which are easily selected by the user via the intuitive touch-screen interface.

Providing outstanding sample protection while using significantly less energy than previous generation Revco models, this new range of freezers helps laboratories to obtain an energy-efficient approach to maintaining sample viability during long- and short-term cold storage.

In addition to providing efficient operation, the Revco UxF Series of ULT freezers offers temperature uniformity throughout the internal chamber.

As a result, users can maximize the use of all available space with the knowledge that all samples will be held at the pre-set optimal temperature.

The Thermo Scientific Revco UxF Series of ULT freezers are ideal for any users looking to minimize the energy usage of their applications, while maintaining temperature uniformity.

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