ScienTemp 85-6.8A Standard Low-Temperature Chest Freezer, 6.8 cu ft, -85°C, 115 VAC

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ScienTemp Mfr # 85-6.8 – Item # EW-03815-26
Low-temperature chest freezers at a low price!

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$7,050.00USD / Each

SPECS & DESCRIPTION

Specifications & Description

  • Freezer Capacity (cu ft)6.8
  • Freezer Capacity (Liters)193
  • Min Temperature - Freezer (° F)-121
  • Max Temperature - Freezer (° F)-50
  • Min Temperature - Freezer (° C)-85
  • Max Temperature - Freezer (° C)-45
  • Temperature Accuracy (° C)±1
  • Temperature ControlMicroprocessor
  • Freezer Interior Width (cm)119
  • Freezer Interior Height (cm)43
  • Freezer Interior Depth (cm)38
  • Exterior Width (cm)152
  • Exterior Height (cm)104
  • Exterior Depth (cm)71
  • Number of Doors1 solid
  • AlarmYes
  • Cabinet ConstructionPowder coated steel
  • DisplayDigital
  • Power (VAC)115
  • Power (Hz)60
  • Power (amps)15
  • DescriptionStandard low-temperature cabinets; 6.8 cu ft; -85°C; 115V

Includes

casters (on models up to 12 cu ft only) and an 8-ft cord with 3-prong plug (115 VAC models only; 230 VAC models are designed for hard-wiring).

More About this Item

Chest Freezers are sealed to minimize moisture accumulation. Sublids provide added content protection. Controller with digital display is conveniently mounted in the front panel and recessed to prevent an accidental setting change. Built-in alarm alerts you to temperature rise or power loss. Specify °C or °F when ordering.

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  • Q:

    What is the heat load of the unit? How many BTUs per hour will it add to our lab? (HVAC load concern).

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    Mark Lowe
    Asked on 7/2/2012 by none from Jackson, SC

    1 answer

    • STAFF EXPERT

      A:

      The maximum expected output would approximately 4100 BTU per hour. This is based on a 10 amp draw at 120 volts. This assumes both compressors would be running 100% of the time, in all likelihood that would not be the case as one of the compressors cycles on and off.

      Answered on 7/5/2012 by Jay from Customer Service
  • Q:

    is this product instock and available? Fisher Scientific show this item as discontinued.
    Asked on 6/13/2011 by Terry from Fairbanks, AK

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      These are not stock items, but they are still available at this time.

      Answered on 6/14/2011 by Jen from Technical Support
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