There are different types of low temperature cells that can be used depending on specific requirements. The most common include walk-in low temperature rooms, portable freezers and chest freezers. Each type of ultra low temperature cells differs in terms of its design, capacity, space requirements and mobility. The choice depends on the individual needs of the pharmaceutical company.
Walk-in low temperature cells are larger cold rooms that provide storage space to stock a large amount of pharmaceutical products.
They are usually found in pharmacies or pharmaceutical companies that need to store a variety of medicines and vaccines. These low temperature cells are often equipped with shelves and storage areas to allow efficient organization of products.
Portable freezer containers are smaller freezer cells designed for the transportation of pharmaceutical products. They are ideal for use in medical emergencies or when delivering vaccines to remote areas. These freezer containers are usually equipped with insulated walls and an efficient cooling system to keep the products at the right temperature during transportation.
Chest freezers are compact freezers that are often found in doctors' surgeries or small pharmacies. They offer limited storage capacity, but are ideal for storing medicines that are used frequently. These chest freezers are usually easy to use and offer a quick and convenient way to access the products you need.