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10 Cu. Ft. Glass Door Upright Medical Refrigerator

10 Cu. Ft. Glass Door Upright Medical Refrigerator

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Protect your vaccines and pharmaceuticals with the K2 Scientific's refrigerators that lock. The efficient, durable, and easy-to-handle design suits laboratories, pharmacies, and healthcare facilities.

  • Six shelves adjustable by 1” increments
  • Combinable with our 2.5 cubic foot refrigerators and freezers
  • Magnetically sealed door with rapid cool-down mode after door opening
  • Exterior switch-activated interior LED lighting
  • Energy Star High-Performance Rated
  • Warranty: two-year parts, labor, or full replacement

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Model# K210GDR
Storage Volume 10 cu ft
Exterior (D x W x H) 22.5” x 23.6” x 60.2”
Interior (D x W x H) 15” x 19.5” x 50.5”
Insulation CFC-free, high density insulation
Doors 1
Access Port 0.5” Probe port
Leveling Legs Standard
Unit Weight 185 lbs
Certifications & Compliances cULus, ISO 9001:2015, Energy Star, CDC and VFC Compliant, EPA and SNAP compliant
Energy Consumption (KWhr/day)* 2.42
Adjustable Set Point Range 2°C to 8°C
Factory Set Point + 4°C
Electrical Power/ Current 120v 60 Hz 15 Amp
Power Plug/Cord Length NEMA 5-15 / 10ft cord
Indoor/Outdoor Use Indoor use only
Application Environment Non-corrosive, non-flammable, non-explosive
Ambient Operating Temp. (°C) 20°C to 32°C

Advantages of Glass Door Medical Refrigerators

Glass door medical refrigerators offer several advantages for medical facilities. The visibility of contents through the glass door allows staff to quickly check inventory without the need to open the door, thereby maintaining a stable interior temperature. This is crucial for temperature-sensitive medical supplies. Additionally, these refrigerators often come with advanced temperature control systems for precise regulation, which is essential for storing vaccines, blood samples, and other critical medical materials. The ease of monitoring and managing inventory enhances efficiency in high-paced medical environments.