inTEST Thermal Blog
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3 Ways to Make ULT Freezers Save Energy
Ultralow temperature (ULT) freezers can consume a lot of electricity. Estimates from the US Department of Energy indicate that conventional ULT freezers consume between 16 and 22 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity daily, which is about the same as the average US household. If your lab has more than one of these freezers, your energy use will be staggering.
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All Lab equipment is designed to sustain specific conditions for operation, either consistent temperatures when it comes to Cold Storage, Ovens or Incubators or speed for centrifuges etc.