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How Do Cryogenic Freezers Differ from Conventional Freezers?

Following scientific and medical advances, the first ultra-low freezer was developed in 1991. Temperatures could reach -152° C. The advances included in vitro fertilization and stem cell transplants. Since then, cryogenic freezers have a bigger capacity, alarm system, better refrigeration technology, and improved insulation.

Twenty years of specialist expertise is responsible for ultra-low temperature freezers that offer unparalleled uniform temperatures, reliability, and safety.