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Top and Front Access CryoMed Freezer, LN2, Integrated Control and 4" Printer, IVF, 1.2 cu ft, 120V, 60 Hz from Thermo Scientific

ProductsTop and Front Access CryoMed Freezer, LN2, Integrated Control and 4" Printer, IVF, 1.2 cu ft, 120V, 60 Hz from Thermo Scientific
Company Thermo Scientific
Item Top and Front Access CryoMed Freezer, LN2, Integrated Control and 4" Printer, IVF, 1.2 cu ft, 120V, 60 Hz
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Description Thermo Electron's CryoMed Freezers for IVF are designed for human in vitro fertiliaztion (K021042) with precise control, ease of setup and operation, and convenience. Chamber, sample temperature and operation status are continuously displayed on the control panel. Our signature graph and the cycle data are printed by way of the thermal printer inside the top of unit. These IVF models provide convenient front and top access for easy sample "seeding".
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