MEDICINE - Storage of medicines and vaccines
Storing medicines and vaccines, can some places be seen as a menial and simple task, but when talking performance - a fridge a isn't just fridge.
In an industry where large amounts of expensive materials are stored, it is a relevant question to ask if a refrigerator intended for storing food - is suited for storage of medicine?
Featuring options such as DIN 58345 compliance kit, a wide variety of fittings such as ABS and aluminium drawers and performance adhering to pharmaceutical manufacturers storage specifications, makes the following BioLine ranges ideally suited for medicine and vaccine storage.
The BioUltra is our ultra-low-temperature cabinet, designed to meet exceptional expectations for safe storage. It has a powerful bottom mounted cascade refrigeration system, vacuum insulated panel technology and safe closing system constituted by multi-tier gaskets placed in a labyrinth frame.
This is our most advanced model, specifically designed to meet even the most stringent biostorage requirements. The compressor is mounted on top of the cabinet, and the interior is made entirely of stainless steel. BioPlus cabinets are available as full–height units with six different capacities.
This is our mid–range model, designed to comply with demanding biostorage requirements. The compressor is mounted at the base of the cabinet, and the interior sides are made of aluminium or stainless steel. All BioMidi models feature a high– specification control system.
The BioCompact ll design is a general–purpose cabinet that features a forced air distribution system. BioCompact ll cabinets feature the same high– specification control system as the BioMidi model. BioCompact ll cabinets are available in sizes from full–height to under–counter models.
The BioCompact is a general–purpose cabinet that features a forced air distribution system. BioCompact cabinets are available in sizes from full–height to under–counter models.
The storage of medicines and vaccines should be approached holistically and objectively; and while standards pertaining to the safe storage of these temperature sensitive materials exist, we argue that ticking a box should only be a part of complying with pharmaceutical manufacturers’ storage specifications.
Temperatures inside the storage chamber is between +2°C and +8°C throughout, measured in air (over time), no cold walls and therein no susceptibility to frost damage, temperature alarms.