Large Capacity Laboratory Refrigerators: MPR Series :
Stable and reliable refrigerated environment for exacting laboratory requirements. Ideal temperature environment for clinical research, pharmaceutical and industrial use. Adjustable shelves and wide range setpoint for varying laboratory applications including chromatography and pharmaceutical storage.
Panasonic's temperature control system, with thermistor temperature monitor and microprocessor control reliability maintains cabinet temperature at the set level that is unaffected by outside ambient temperature. Forced air circulation ensures that the cabinet temperature returns to the set point quickly after door openings and remains uniform throughout the cabinet.
Wide Temperature Range
With a temperature range of 2degC to 23degC, Panasonic's MPR Series refrigerators are ideally suited for many tests that require a stable, cool temperature or general cold storage.
Speedy and Powerful Refrigeration
For frequent door openings, Panasonic's MPR Series refrigerators are equipped with powerful, hermetically sealed compressors. These purpose-built compressors ensure superior pull-down characteristics and precise temperature control.
The interior layout flexibility of the MPR Series refrigerators makes them ideal for running experiments that require stable, cool conditions, as well as general cold storage
Standard Alarm and Safety Features
Panasonic's MPR Series refrigerators are fitted with alarms and flashing indicator LED to warn of high and low temperature conditions. In the event of an irregular rise in cabinet temperature, the heater automatically shuts off and forced air circulation brings the temperature down. Door locks are standard to safeguard valuable contents.
HFC Refrigerant & CFC-Free Insulation
Panasonic biomedical equipment is designed for low environmental impact.
With a modular width of 56.7 inches (1440 mm) the MPR-1411R offers capacity of 48.2 cu.ft. (1365 liters). The interior is spacious enough to accommodate column chromatography apparatus or large volumes of reagents, test samples and biologicals.
The 4.7"-diameter fan ensures an even temperature throughout the cabinet (MPR- 1411R models have a double flow system with two fans). Heat spots from powered test apparatus are minimized and pull-up characteristics after door openings are outstanding.
- CFC Free
- Automatic Alarm System
- CPU and Touch Pad
- Quiet, Reliable Compressor
- Remote Alarm
The "R" models are fitted with pull-out drawers. With a profile of 3.9 inches (100mm) and 20.8 inches (530mm) front to back, these drawers are deep enough to hold large bottles or reagent kits. They also allow convenient, space-efficient storage and management of patient medications and other items. The MPR-721R is shipped with ten drawers, five in each half of the cabinet.
User Friendly Design & Double Door Function
Easy to read and operate control panel features a full array of alarm and safety functions. Through wall access ports are standard to allow access for power cords. Aesthetically attractive exterior color blends in most lab color schemes. The "catch-free" rounded corners are safe and attractive. Doors open smoothly and close automatically. Some laboratory refrigerators have solid doors for temperature stability, while others have glass doors for easy viewing. Panasonic MPR Series refrigerators give you the best of both versions. The broad, solid frames with effective gaskets ensure excellent temperature stability, and the double-pane glass windows offer an excellent view of the interior without compromising temperature stability. Optional panels are available to block out light.
In the 4 deg C range, frost buildup on the evaporator is inevitable. This can affect the performance of the heat exchanger. Panasonic has solved this problem with a cycle defrost and evaporator temperature sensor system. This system runs automatically so there is no need to turn off power for defrosting. Temperature rise during defrost is minimal. The evaporation heater also doubles as protection against drops in cabinet temperature caused by a low ambient temperature.