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AG36BP Glass Door Blood Fridge
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AG36BP Glass Door Blood Fridge

Arrowsmith & Grant AG63BP Glass Door Blood Fridge

 

THE BLOOD FRIDGE REFRIGERATION SYSTEM

  • AG36BP runs on R134a, refrigerant
  • 3.5ºc to 5ºc operating temperature
  • Cooling evaporator is fan forced with off cycle defrost.
  • Electronic alarm control
  • Visual display of temperature.
  • Comes with:
    • Arrowsmith & Grant’s super flow cooling system
    • Self testing alarm system (see below)
    • Automatic defrost and condensate evaporative tray
    • 7-day chart recorder with battery back-up.
    • Remote alarm contacts.

 

BLOOD FRIDGE FEATURES

  • 304 Stainless steel interior
  • Stainless steel chemical resistant exterior
  • Nylon non-marking castors with ‘lock in place’ brakes
  • Lockable double-glazed glass
  • Anti sweat heaters around the frame
  • Internal self-closing Perspex doors 
  • Food grade, poly coated fully adjustable shelving
  • Shelves have easy to lift blood holding racks
  • LED lighting which be switched on/off from the front panel
  • A 7 day chart-recorder with battery back-up
  • Remote alarm contacts
  • Self testing alarm system 

 

SELF TESTING ALARM SYSTEM

The self-testing alarm system consists of an easy to use touch screen panel. The system comes complete with:

  • Hi/low alarm set point testing.
  • Touch screen panel
  • Hi/low alarm test 
  • Decimal point temperature display
  • Battery condition test
  • Remote alarm testing
  • Probe failure alarm
  • Door alarm

The main screen has both the alarm temperature and alarm set point displayed. In an alarm situation the main screen flashes red as well as an audio alarm sounding. The alarm can be muted

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Dimensions
    • Volume: 200 Litres
    • Ext Width: 555 mm
    • Ext Depth: 725 mm
    • Ext Height: 1520 mm
  • 95 kg
  • Holds 60 x 450 ml blood bags
  • Holds 120 x 250 mL blood packs
  • Availability: Approx. 4 weeks

 

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