Every facility has its unique cold storage needs when it comes to medical refrigeration. Biomedical research laboratories need refrigeration to store critical samples at precisely controlled temperatures, while medical clinics may need it to store medication, vaccines, blood bags, or organs for transplant.
As opposed to regular kitchen refrigerators, medical refrigeration requires specially designed equipment for lab purposes. These fridges provide uniform temperature stability, thereby preserving critical biological samples and serums.
Let’s discuss in detail how medical refrigeration can play a fundamental role in pharmaceutical and laboratory processes.