How Blast Freezers Work In The Pharmaceutical Industry

In the laboratory environment, the preparation of samples or other materials for short or long-term cold storage involves cooling of the samples or materials before they can be stored. Although most labs would most likely have an ultra-low temperature freezer or other conventional freezers at hand, these may not be the right tools for the job. 1. Extending Unit Lifespans An ultra-low temperature freezer which is designed for long-term cold storage may be used by the lab to prepare samples prior to long-term cold storage or to cool warmer samples. This practice though, may impact the l...
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When Saving Space Is the Goal

Short of space in your laboratory but still require superior levels of cold storage performance, reliability and flexibility for your products? Store your precious materials and samples in a Laboratory Combined Isolated Refrigerator-Freezer which combines high performance refrigeration control and monitoring systems with energy efficient and cost-effective chamber design. One single unit offers both refrigeration and freezing for laboratories and other research and medical facilities with a minimal footprint. Units are typically made from stainless steel for sample protection and are equippe...
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Benefits of Blast Freezers in Logistics

Does your logistics business need to ship large quantities of perishable or frozen foods?  If your business also manages a temperature controlled-warehouse, then you should look into investing in a blast freezer which can rapidly cool food down for safer storage.  But why blast freezing? Here are some reasons to purchase a blast freezer if you are in the logistics industry.  1. Reduced Food Waste How does blast freezing reduce food waste? Blast freezing is conducted as a rapid cooling process where the temperature inside the unit is quickly lowered by using blower fans...
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What Is A Mortuary Refrigerator?

A mortuary is used for keeping the deceased that are waiting for identification, burial or cremation, for autopsy, disposal or etc. However, the storage of human corpses may range from a few hours to a few days and in some rare cases, a few weeks. In order to prevent or delay the bodies from decomposing, they need a constant refrigerated environment at temperatures between 2 °C (36 °F) and 4 °C (39 °F). Mortuary refrigerators are equipment that maintain a suitable environment for the bodies of the deceased. Nearly all modern health care facilities would have a cold room with a mortuary refrig...
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5 Times A Blast Freezer Can Save You Money

If you're in the hospitality industry, it's a given that a continuous process of improvement and tight budgeting is needed in order to streamline production and utilise kitchen equipment in the most efficient and effective manner possible without bleeding time or money. Although blast chillers or blast freezers can be costly, both developing businesses and established ones can enjoy many positives and a significant return on investment. Here are 5 times that a blast freezer can help you save money: 1. Extend Shelf Life of Products In standard freezing, food is subjected to a s...
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Customer Showcase: Blast Freezing to Success

When a business concentrates on quality, they often go the extra mile to deliver exacting freshness and taste to their customers. Food products definitely have to deliver on their freshness, taste and nutritional value and one of the ways to do so is by freezing fresh-cooked product immediately in order to preserve it at its best state. Lazy Kitchen is a market leader in Malaysia that specialises in vacuum-packed frozen chicken chop and is an early adopter of our latest model -80°C Forced-Air Blast Freezer! So far, we can say they've definitely put it to good use and continue to be highly...
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1st -80°C Forced Air Blast Freezer in Malaysia Released!

Announcing our latest product, the 1st -80°C Forced-Air Blast Freezer in Malaysia! From 2018, we started to develop a range of blast freezers with a temperature range of -10°C to -75°C. Our continued innovation has resulted in a range of models with varying capacities to suit various requirements of the medical, laboratory and food industries. The VF 80B-500 is a 500L capacity blast freezer that is the latest addition to our range of blast freezers and brings the height of our blast freezing capabilities to -10°C to -80°C for the first time! Going from an ambient temperature of +25°C to ...
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The Benefits of Blast Freezing

The frozen food market is a consistently changing one. Rising demand in past years was attributed to the global shifting consumer dietary preference in the face of a hectic and busy life. The demand for ready-to-eat food products that require the least preparation, cooking time and skill as well as offering a higher shelf life was a key driving factor for the market.   In response, manufacturers diversified their offerings, forecasting the demand for frozen items such as frozen potatoes, ready meals, meat, fish products and etc. However, the sudden onset of the coronavirus pandemic has see...
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The Power of Hypochlorous acid (HOCl)

HOCl is the scientific formula for Hypochlorous acid, a weak acid similar to that of mild citrus juice yet produced naturally by the white blood cells in all mammals for healing and protection, including that of the human body. HOCl is a powerful oxidant characterized by the absence of tolerance and toxicity and is effective against invading bacteria, fungi and viruses. As a high-level disinfectant, it has been proven to sterilize all bacteria in less than 30 seconds, including general pathogenic bacteria, tubercular bacillus, antibiotic resistant bacteria (super bacteria) and viruses of all s...
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