Monday, February 5, 2018

Pharmacy Refrigerators

pharmacy refrigerators with glass door
Three of several models configured for use in
pharmacy applications.
Image courtesy Powers Scientific
Refrigerators designated as storage locations for pharmaceuticals requiring cold storage are often called pharmacy refrigerators. They, of course, can be found in pharmacies, but also any other locations that store or dispense the agents requiring refrigeration. There are various requirements that can apply to these specialized refrigeration units to assure compliance with applicable standards and regulations. Other features may be incorporated for quality assurance or operational procedure enhancement.

  • Glass doors can reduce the exposure of the stored product to warm air inflow resulting from door openings by allowing visual access to the refrigerator contents.
  • Some units may have more precise temperature control devices than would be found on refrigerators intended for other uses.
  • An easily readable temperature display allows technicians to visually verify chamber conditions.
  • Temperature activated alarms automatically alert when chamber temperature approaches unacceptable levels.
  • Remote signalling of chamber temperature or alarm occurrence can be useful if the refrigerator is located in an area that is unattended.
  • On board data logging of chamber temperature can be used to produce time based records of chamber temperature.
The pharmacy refrigerators are available in a range of sizes, with a host of interior options that enable inventory arrangement to suit each operation. Share your scientific, laboratory, and biological refrigeration requirements with experienced lab equipment professionals. Leverage your own knowledge and experience with their product application expertise to develop and effective solution.

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