What are the Benefits of Low-Temperature Freezers?

Low-temperature freezers typically cool air at between 42° F and 48°F. Major advantages of these systems over conventional systems are their low operating costs, reduced power consumption, as well as lower initial acquisition costs. Besides, low-temperature freezers have smaller fans and ductworks leading to a reduction of equipment costs as well as design savings as you require less floor to height space. Low temperatures freezer fans and pumps need fewer horsepower’s for efficient operation. As a result, you have the advantage of lowered energy consumption over other conventional freezing systems.

Less Expensive to Run and Maintain

As these freezers use hydrocarbons for fuel hence reduced operating costs. Investing in energy efficient equipment and instruments keeps laboratories running for longer periods. Rosenberg Indoor Comfort specializes in building and designing advanced low-temperature systems that ensure the safety of critical clinical and research samples. The use of innovative cooling technology leads to increased energy savings, less heat generation, and lesser space needs for housing the system.

Improved Performance

Freezer efficiency is measured as a coefficient of performance (COP) that compares a freezer’s cooling ratio against energy consumed. Rosenberg Indoor Comfort offers low-temperature freezers with high COPs that comes from the ability of refrigerants to absorb latent heat needed to turn liquids into gas. As more latent heat is needed to break the bonds found in the refrigerant, these freezers get rid of excess heat better than traditional cabinet freezers.

Low Environmental Impact

Low-temperature freezers provide biobanks and laboratories with highly effective, energy and environmentally friendly equipment. With new freezing technologies being introduced into the market, customers can enjoy the benefit of reduced negative environmental impact. Plus, low-temperature freezers are non-ozone depleting and have low global warming potential.

The more the number of low-temperature units in a research facility, the more the heat that needs to be eliminated from the surroundings. When it comes to the design of new labs or upgrading of present research facilities, low-temperature freezers can help reduce any adverse environmental impacts. As they consume less energy and become effective in heat rejection, architects and lab designers can install low capacity and affordable setups that meet the unique needs of biopharma companies. In turn, customers have low long-term operating costs and reduced startup costs.

If you are looking to install or upgrade your present biopharma or research facility with low-temperature freezers, contact Rosenberg Indoor Comfort. We have the necessary expertise and equipment to help you meet your unique and specialized needs!

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