Kryo 560

Fully featured Tissue Bank freezer for cryopreservation of Bone Marrow, Stem Cells, Skin, Cord Blood and other critical high volume samples.

The Kryo 560 – 16 incorporates all of the critical features expected from a high class biological freezer. The system is specifically designed with full system safety
protection. The -180oC end temperature ensures sample integrity during transfer to storage whilst the flexibility of the system, including protocol stage transition
based on sample or chamber temperature or time, is ideal for the more demanding protocols associated with the most advanced cryopreservation techniques.

The high capacity LNP4 active nitrogen pump offers both faster cooling rates and, when combined with a LAB 30 dewar, a large reservoir offering the reassurance of an extended hold time at the protocol end temperature. The system sample capacity is sufficient for the busiest laboratory and the state of the art compact design will enhance the most modern facility. The top opening chamber, combined with a unique forced laminar flow pattern of the coolant and cryogenic insulation, ensures even and accurate temperature control in all phases of the protocol and prevents the lid from freezing shut at cryogenic temperatures.

The MRV controller system has been created to offer multiple protocols whilst remaining simple to programme and operate. Both during and after a run it offers the widest range of displayed information, alphanumerically and graphically via the easy view display and as a print out on the integral full view printer.

Validation is a high priority and the MRV offers password controlled access on multiple user levels, time and date stamping, programme review/verification before running and data storage for the last 5 runs for subsequent printing.

User calibration with associated hard copy is featured and PC connection compatible with our comprehensive Delta TTM software application is standard. These help protect against power failure and PC failure when running with software. Processor or system problems are controlled and the system restarts to protect samples. For example all control and data systems are separated, the controller can be removed from the operating freezer with no loss of programme integrity; data storage and processing are run on completely isolated electronic systems.