American BioTech SupplyABT-ERS-30OBItem # bci3151389$2,399.99

30 Cu. Ft. Standard Hazardous Location Explosion Proof Refrigerator

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American BioTech Supply 30 Cu. Ft. Standard Hazardous Location Explosion Proof Refrigerator

This "Open Box" product is in excellent condition. Each unit is a fully functional return item with little or no cosmetic blemishes. The product has been tested for quality assurance and is certified "Open Box". Please note that all "Open Box" units include a 90 day parts and labor warranty but are not eligible for a "buyer's remorse" return.

The American BioTech Supply 30 Cu. Ft. Standard Hazardous Location Explosion Proof Refrigerator (ABT-ERS-30) is engineered to meet NFPA and OSHA guidelines for placement in hazardous locations. This unit is not intended to be used in general clinical or research laboratories. The mechanical thermostat is sealed in a UL listed explosion proof box and can be set from 18 to 108 C. For installation, the unit must be hardwired in conduit to a 120 VAC power source as it does not come equipped with a line cord and plug. The interior has four shelves, 1 adjustable and 3 fixed in place. The cabinet and door are insulated with high density urethane foam and the door has a magnetic gasket for a positive seal. The refrigerator has a cycle defrost and runs on CFC-free refrigerant. Other features include: leveling legs, a heavy duty handle, and a keyed door lock.

Use: This unit is explosion proof and designed to be placed in hazardous locations and is not intended for use general clinical or research labs

Capacity: The interior offers 30 cu. ft. of space, a single adjustable shelf, and three fixed ones for organizing supplies and materials

Installation: Not equipped with line cord and plug this refrigerator must be hardwired in conduit to 120 VAC power source

Note: These general purpose units are intended for general purpose applications only where precise temperature control and maintenance are not essential and there are no requirements for temperature alarms.