Plasma Storage Freezer F901 for blood storage at -32 °C

Healthcare professionals must effectively store blood plasma samples in a medical Plasma Storage Freezer after the plasma has been quickly frozen using the CSF61 Contact-Shock Freezer. These solutions are also delivered by B Medical Systems, allowing medical personnel to securely preserve these blood components at –32 °C or lower (down to -41 °C).

Plasma Storage Freezers are one of the many solutions that B Medical Systems offers, with a wide range of storage capacities. Hospitals, blood banks, labs, and universities that necessitate a large storage area for their plasma samples will find the F901, the company’s largest model, which has a gross volume of 949 L, to be the most ideal.

The key benefits of this plasma storage freezer are the operating temperature's reliability, which can reliably store plasma pouches at –41 °C to –32 °C, its sophisticated air-cooling system, which ensures a stable and uniform temperature distribution, and its intelligent automatic defrost technology, which enables stable internal temperatures even during defrost cycles.

Source: B Medical Systems S.à r.l

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Net Volume768 L | 27.12 cu ft
Blood Bag Capacity (350 ml)690
Set Temperature Range-41 °C to -32 °C
Ambient Temperature Range+10 °C to +43 °C
CertificationsEU MDR Class IIa | ISO 14644-1 | Class 4 | US FDA Class II
Cooling TechnologyForced air cooling system
Net Weight346 Kg | 762.80 lb
Energy Consumption7.6 kWh/24 hours (115-127 V, 60 Hz) 
6.1 kWh/24 hours (220 V, 60 Hz) 
6.8 kWh/24 hours (230 V, 50 Hz)
Refrigerant TypeNatural R290
Remote Monitoring°B Connected software
Hold Over Time3.2 hours (-41 °C to -18 °C) at 25 °C

 

Plasma Storage Freezer F901 for blood storage at –32 °C

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Plasma Storage Freezer F901 for blood storage at –32 °C

Image Credit: B Medical Systems S.à r.l

Plasma Storage Freezer F901 for blood storage at –32 °C

Image Credit: B Medical Systems S.à r.l