Panasonic provides cold storage solutions for applications in:
• Cancer Research: Tumor Cells
• Blood Banking: HLA, Red Cells
• Bone Marrow Preservation: Skin, Bone, Heart Valves, Corneas, Musculoskeletal Tissues
• Microbiology: Viruses, Bacteria, Cell Culture
• Genetic Engineering: Cultures
• HLA: (Lymphocytes) Organ Transplant
• IVF: (Embryo, Sperm) Human Infertility
• Sperm & Fertilized Ovum (Bull, Goat, Horse, Pig, Chicken) Preservation
• Plant Cell Preservation
• Monoclonal Antibody Preservation
• Pharmaceutical: Cultures
• Repositories: Cell Cultures
Maintaining the viability of your
samples during Ultra low Storage:
Enhancing the viability of biochemical and biomedical products is essential in today’s life science market. Depending on desired protocols, preservation of biological materials requires storage at temperatures of upto -86°C or lower. Because material stored in these freezers is of such a high value, or irreplaceable altogether, the potential for freezer failure is no longer considered an acceptable risk in the life science community.
Ideal ultra-low refrigeration:
Ideally, the development of an application-specific refrigeration compressor that results in lower compressor discharge temperatures, more balanced workload throughout the system, and more efficient energy transmission systems would lead to better chamber temperature uniformity necessary for stability of stored product, better viability of frozen biological materials, and more accurate monitoring of freezer operational environment.
Simply put, a compressor is what runs your freezer. It’s the heart of the whole system, keeping your freezer at ultra-low temperatures. The compressor is tied to refrigeration coils that run throughout the unit to maintain those even, sub-zero temperatures.
Due to Panasonic’s specific ultra-low temperature compressors, and the new patented heat exchanger design, the Panasonic ultra-low freezers are balanced to decrease component stress, increase system longevity and reliability, and improve temperature uniformity necessary for better cell viability regardless of where the specimen is stored within the chamber.