The Eppendorf High-Efficiency Ultra-Low Temperature (ULT) Freezers minimize operating costs while providing superior protection for your critical samples. A combined insulation based on vacuum insulation panels and polyurethane foam enables extremely low energy consumption. The new CryoCube F570h needs 14 % less energy than its predecessor
For Eppendorf, being green is not a trend, it’s in our nature. Since 1945 we have recognized our place as a global citizen and began our green initiative by building high-quality, long-lasting products. Today, we continue to set new standards with our high-efficiency freezers, among the most energy-efficient ULT freezers on the market. Eppendorf High-Efficiency ULT Freezers minimize operating costs while providing superior protection for your critical samples. They reduce energy consumption by up to 50 % when compared to other models. This group of freezers provides all of the features of the other freezer models.
Sustainability for ULT freezers is a challenge: Maintaining extremely low temperatures of -86 °C for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week needs energy.
By following the epGreen concept, the Eppendorf freezer R&D team developed intelligent solutions where energy savings are combined with durable long-lasting product quality and ergonomic aspects. By using highly efficient technologies, the CryoCube 570h just needs 7.6 KWh/day. This future-oriented instrument class provides consumption levels which are ahead of most competitors within this volume class.
Besides the sustainability, the focus is on ergonomic aspects. Especially the new door handle of the CryoCube models is based on the Eppendorf PhysioCare Concept: Safe grip but very light forces needed to open and close the freezer door.
For even higher sample safety, the Eppendorf High-Efficiency Freezers can be equipped with CO2/LN2 backup systems and a chart recorder. The TCA-3 temperature monitor system can be used to monitor the freezers remotely.
When investing in a new ULT freezer, the product price itself is one decision aspect. Others include the long-term costs of power consumption and the costs of service and spare parts. Keep in mind, a high-quality ULT freezer will do its job in the lab for 10 years or more.