Laboratory Freezers

Laboratory Freezers

Laboratory freezers are used for the storage of a range of chemical, biological and pharmaceutical products. To maximise the shelf life of your products, it is essential to minimise temperature variation and to store the products at the right temperature. ENLAKE has the widest selection of high-quality specialist laboratory freezers that is available in Australia. These freezers are designed to minimise temperature fluctuations and have features to protect your products such as advanced control systems and alarms.

ENLAKE's range of lab freezers include:

  • Minus 20 - the most common temperature for laboratory freezers
  • Minus 80 / Ultra low temperature / ULT lab freezers / Minus 86 - for long term storage of biological samples
  • Auto-defrost - Generally not ideal for temperature sensitive products
  • Static lab freezers - the right choice for temperature sensitive products
  • Laboratory freezers for volatile flammable liquids - no sources of ignition inside the freezer
  • Small lab freezers that may be placed under a counter
  • Upright lab freezers
  • Chest freezers - these typically have a lower price than upright laboratory freezers
  • Custom made - large volumes, custom dimensions, special applications

Related Information

Vaccine Fridge + Laboratory Refrigeration Manuals (all superseded)

Here is a long list of operating manuals for a bunch of products that ENLAKE has sold over the years. These manuals are for products that are no longer in production. They include many models of vaccine fridges,  laboratory fridges, laboratory freezers, thermometers and data loggers.These manuals will come in handy if you have lost your original manual or if you have purchased the device second hand. Arrowsmith & Grant Arrowsmith & Grant AG308BP USER MANUALAVEM Quirks After 2016 Medisafe vaccine fridges...

Read More

Laboratory Fridges, Freezers & Efficiency

Factors that influence the efficiency of laboratory fridges and laboratory freezers include:The type of door The refrigerant type The amount of insulation The capacity The operating temperature  Going into further detail about each of these: Door Type The type of door that a laboratory fridge or freezer has significantly affects efficiency. Solid fridge doors are constructed like a sandwich with an outer steel or stainless steel skin, a thick layer of insulation material and an interior skin constructed of steel, stainless steel or plastic. Solid doors...

Read More

Flammables and Lab Refrigeration

If you are considering purchasing a fridge or freezer for your laboratory, you need to be aware of the dangers of storing flammables in an ordinary refrigerator. Flammable liquids are combustible liquids that can readily catch on fire. It isn't the liquid that ignites but the vapour that has evaporated from the liquid. For the vapour to ignite, it must be between the liquid's lower explosive limit (LEL) and the upper explosive limit (UEL). The tendency for liquids to evaporate...

Read More

Laboratory Freezer Information

Laboratory freezers come in many types and styles which can make choosing the correct freezer for your laboratory a difficult task. Before you contact ENLAKE it's a good idea to know the answer to the following questions: 1. What temperature does the product need to be stored at? Most Laboratory freezers operate at minus 20 degrees Celsius. ENLAKE also has under counter freezers that will operate as cold as minus 26 and upright freezer that will run as cold as...

Read More
You've just added this product to the cart: