4.6 cu. ft. Built-In Vaccine Refrigerator Certified to NSF/ANSI 456
These premier built-in undercounter refrigerators are designed in accordance with the NSF/ANSI 456 Standard for Vaccine Storage. Refrigerators protect pharmaceuticals at optimal temperatures, preventing waste and allowing for peak delivery.
The solid door refrigerators utilize microprocessor controllers and feature temperature alarms, remote alarm contacts, and probe access ports with included probes. American Biotech Supply Vaccine Storage Refrigerators utilize HFC-free refrigerant for environmental health and energy efficiency.
For more information on Vaccine Storage: Vaccine Storage
The acceptable temperature ranges for vaccine storage are 36°F to 46°F (or 2°C and 8°C) in the refrigerator and -58°F and 5°F (or -50°C and -15°C) in freezers.
*-one or more of these certifications may apply to this unit.
|Single Solid Door Pharmacy/Vaccine Undercounter Refrigerator Built-In
|Indoor use only, +18°C to +26°C (+65°F to +78°F), <70% RH
|4.6 cu. ft. gross volume
|One swing solid door, self-closing, right hinged, non-reversible, magnetic sealed gasket, keyed lock
|Three shelves (two adjustable/one fixed) with guard rail on back
|Low profile roller wheels and leveling legs
|Forced Air technology, patent pending
|External probe access
|Rear wall port (1/2") dia.
|Cabinet is foamed-in-place with EPA compliant high density urethane foam
|White powder coated steel
|Pyxis®, Omnicell® and AcuDose RX® compatible
|Two (2) years parts and labor warranty, excluding display probe calibration
|Five (5) years compressor warranty
|Power Plug/Power Cord
|NEMA 5-15 plug, 8 to 10 ft typical, conforms to UL471 requirements, Vaccine storage power cord warning label
|Facility Electrical Requirement
|110-120V AC: 15 A (minimum)
|Agency Listing and Certification
|Certified in accordance with the NSF/ANSI 456 Standard for Vaccine Storage. UL, C-UL, ETL, C-ETL listed (either single or dual agency listings) and certified to UL471 standard, hydrocarbon refrigerant safety.
|Temperature monitor device (TMD) complies with the current CDC guidelines, with 3 years certification of calibration, “buffered” probe in the product simulated solution, min/max memory. Field installable, and visual & audible temp alarm
Pharmacy refrigerator/freezer toolkit and temperature logs
|Hermetic, high performance
|EPA SNAP compliant, R600a, Isobutane
|Hybrid fin and tube with low noise fan
|Cycle optimized, zero energy
|Uniformity¹ (Cabinet air)
|Stability² (Cabinet air)
|Maximum temperature variation (Cabinet air)
|Temperature rise after an after 8 sec door openings
|Temperature did not exceed 6.4°C at any probe for all required NSF/ANSI 456 testing protocolsᶟ
|Recovery after 3 min door opening
|All probes recover to under 8°C within 4.8 min.
|Average heat rejection
|1.57 KWh/day (224 BTU/h)⁴
|Noise pressure level (dBA)
|43 or less installed
|Pull down time to nominal operating temp
Performance data acquired at 22°C ambient, using NSF/ANSI 456 compliant validation ballast probes, empty chamber, during stabilized steady state operation and a DAQ sampling rate of one measurement every 10 seconds
- Uniformity is defined as the maximum variance in temperature across all probes at any point in time over the testing period
- Stability is defined as the maximum variance in temperature experienced by any single probe over the testing period
- Temperature performance for all loaded and unloaded door opening protocols, all alarm, controller and probe requirements as defined in the NSF/ANSI 456 standard for vaccine storage
- Data per Energy Star test results or equivalent testing and calculation. Heat rejection based on daily averages, not continuous operation. Performance exceeds Energy Star requirements.
|Parametric, microprocessor, LED display with 0.1°C resolution
|Temperature setpoint range
|1°C to 10°C (Setpoint must remain unaltered from the factory setting to remain compliant with NSF/ANSI 456 Standard for Vaccine Storage requirements)
|Calibrated, stainless steel
|External alarm connection
|State switching remote alarm contacts
|Visual and audible indicators
|High / Low temperature, compliant with alarm requirements defined in the NSF/ANSI 456 Standard for Vaccine Storage
|Glass bead thermal media