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There are many different types of freezers available in a range of sizes and configurations. You can find under the counter freezers, chest freezers, doublewide freezers, and freestanding models. Some of the models available have auto defrost, which is very helpful in a laboratory setting. Others will still have manual defrost, and you will need to do so on a regular schedule to maintain the integrity of the freezer. Some may also have temperature data logging, and even alarms in the event that the temperature drops too much. This allows users to realize that something is wrong with the freezer and to take action.
How freezers work
The freezer, even though it is essential, is very simple to use. The freezers may have different configurations in order to hold different items and different sample types. After you set the temperature, you can place your samples into the freezer. It is important to keep the freezers well maintained so that they do not start corrupting samples. This can often happen with older freezers that may not be able to hold their temperature properly. Renting a newer model could be the solution to your woes.
Freezers are in use in laboratories around the world, as they are an ideal method of storage for a wide range of different types of items. Some of the most commonly stored lab items include tissue samples and reagents. Since the freezer is capable of maintaining a steady and stable temperature, it ensures the preservation of the samples. Naturally, this reduces sample loss and helps to make the lab more efficient overall. However, it is very important that you choose the right freezer rental or lease for your specific lab’s needs.