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SANYO Adds New MPR Series Biomedical Refrigerator/Freezer Combination Unit
Date:9/15/2011

WOOD DALE, Ill., Sept. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- SANYO North America Corporation (SANYO) Biomedical Solutions Division announces it has added a new refrigerator with freezer combination model, the MPR-715F, to its MPR Series storage line. The new MPR-715F has been specially designed with greater storage capacity of vaccines and pharmaceuticals for use in the hospital, laboratory or in a medical office. The new model features a larger cabinet for storing vaccines and other biologicals, with an approximate 23% increase in capacity in the refrigerator compartment, and more than two times an increase in the amount of freezer storage space available when compared to the MPR-414F. Additionally, the MPR-715F combination unit has added energy-saving LED lighting for greater energy efficiency. The new refrigerator/freezer unit is available starting immediately.

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Joe Laporte, Sr. Product Manager for the Biomedical Solutions Division, commented, "SANYO has listened to customers for a larger capacity combination freezer and refrigerator unit where a customer needs precise temperature control for vaccines and other biologics. We see a significant number of customers moving away from household or general purpose combination refrigerator/freezer units due to the lack of digital temperature control and the wild fluctuations in temperature during the defrost cycle, which can cause temperature excursions and potentially rendering vaccines compromised."

Energy Efficiency and Cost Effectiveness

Continuing the focus on energy efficiency in the lab, the new SANYO MPR-715F uses new energy-saving LED lighting. The combination unit also features efficient temperature recovery properties, offering minimal temperature fluctuations around set points. The four-door design reduces air loss during door openings for further effici
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