- Microprocessor Controls: Comprehensive set point, alarm, monitoring, and diagnostic function are maintained by PHC-built microprocessor controller with digital display of all input/output function.
- Uniformity: Uniform temperatures are maintained throughout the chamber using shelf freezing construction.
- PHC-Designed Refrigeration: PHC designed compressors are specifically used for storage applications in a laboratory environment.
- Safety Features: Alarm and Recording System, High/low temperature alarm, ± 5ºC to ± 15ºC, adjustable), Power failure alarm, Remote alarm contacts, Self-diagnostics error message to direct you to the problem, Balance hinge door stops at any angle from, 35°C to 90°C for convenience and safety, Optional LabAlert wireless Cloud/App based monitoring system available.
- High Performance Operation: Since there is no defrost cycle, the inner chamber temperature offers outstanding uniformity and stability without temperature spikes. PHC’s freezing coils in the shelf offers exceptional temperature recovery due to the expanded surface area offered by the shelf freezing design.
- Ergonomic Design: Cold wall design eliminate defrost cycles and associated air temperature spikes.
Quiet Operation: The MDF Series has energy-efficient refrigeration design with no noisy condenser fan. In combination with low dB level compressor, this unit is uniquely quiet and perfect for in-lab installations.
- Warranty: 2 years parts and labor; 3 year compressor parts
Optional Features and Accessories:
- Single or dual point temperature monitor
- Digital temperature recorder with datalogger
- Built-in 6”, 7-day chart recorder with pen(s)
- Free-standing 6”, 7-day chart recorder with pen(s)
- Chart recorder paper
- Replacement chart recorder pens
- Electronic lock
- Additional access port
- 4-20ma Output Module
- Freezer Monitoring - LabAlert™
Optional Validation Services
- Validation Documents IQ/OQ
- Validation Documents IQ/OQ/PQ
- Pre-delivery Calibration
- Pre-deliver Temperature Mapping
- Factory Acceptance Test