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

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One 715F unit with dual temperature zone requires minimal space while offering both refrigeration and freezer functions.

Accurate and Uniform Temperature Distribution

The MPR-715F offers superior uniformity for precise and stable temperature control and monitoring of vaccines, reagents and other sensitive biologicals. Featuring SANYO application specific refrigeration technology, such as the ability to maintain a set temperature within the 2 degrees C to 14 degrees C temperature range, the system is designed to assure stored product safety. The freezer offers precision temperature uniformity throughout the chamber for a temperature range of -20 to -30 degrees C for laboratory grade freezing of enzymes, vaccines, and other biologicals. The unit also features two SANYO-designed compressors that allow differential control of individual refrigerator and freezer compartments.

Other Standard SANYO Features

  • Integrated alarm functions
  • SANYO-built microprocessor controls and alarms with digital display of all input/output functions for comprehensive system management and monitoring
  • Safe and secure storage with keyed locking door
  • Unique cycle defrost (refrigerator only) maintains internal uniformity during cycle defrost

For more information about the MPR-715F, especially for vaccine storage applications, please visit: http://www.sanyobiomedical.com/vaccine2011/.

About SANYO

SANYO Electric Co., Ltd., a member of the Panasonic Group, is a global company with leading energy and environmental technologies and products for commercial and consumer use. Biomedical Solutions, a Division of SANYO North America Corporation (a subsidiary of SANYO Electric Co., Ltd.), is based in Wood Dale, IL, and provides commercial laboratory equipment for pharmaceutical, life science and biot
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