XBF40D-MD -40°C Blast Freezer for Plasma (Thermo Scientific™)

Rapidly freeze plasma with the new Thermo Scientific™ XBF40D-MD -40°C Blast Freezer—a breakthrough sample preparation device for use prior to cold storage. Your freezer is not a sample preparation device. Ultra-low and laboratory-grade freezers are designed to maintain samples at cold temperatures for long-term storage. They are not designed for and do not have the speed or refrigeration capacity to rapidly freeze plasma and other critical storage. Using the new XBF40D-MD for rapid cooling reduces the stress on your sample storage freezer, and freezes your plasma quickly and efficiently.

Key Features

Key Features
  • Flexible Design: The XBF accommodates staggered loads of plasma bags and boxes
  • Accelerated air flow: A large, forced-air circulation freezes plasma – fast!
  • Self-contained refrigeration system: Unlike previous generation blast freezers, the XBF40D-MD is a plug and play requiring no customized installation and no remote compressors
  • Trusted: All XBF40D-MD freezers are manufactured with pride with high-quality materials and high-performance technology
  • Durable, cold-rolled steel exterior
  • Outer door, multi-point gaskets, maximizing temperature and security
  • Polystyrene insulated inner doors featuring rare-earth magnets
  • High-performance, forced-air circulation
  • Versatile cabinet interior with adjustable stainless steel shelves
  • Standard access port
  • Easy to use digital controller
  • Easy to remove, washable filter
  • Single Stage R404A air-cooled 2.5HP compressor
  • Vacuum insulation panels and high density water-blown polyurethane foam
Ordering Information
  • Available in 60Hz regions only
  • The XBF40-MD is listed as a Class II medical device (product code KSE) with the US FDA, which is required for this application

Order Codes

Code Description
XBF40D-MD Unit Size: -
Description: XBF40D-MD Blast Freezer for Plasma
Capacity (English) Freezer: 14.8 cu. ft.
Electrical Requirements: 208 - 230 V 60 Hz
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