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Vaccine Logistics: Deep-Freeze Storage in Container Design

How Do You Transport and Store Vaccines Reliably at Temperatures of -70°C to -80°C?

L&R Kältetechnik has developed a coherent, efficient, and innovative concept for this challenge: a deepfreeze storage system that is installed in an industrial container. The basis for the development is the comprehensive knowledge L&R has acquired for the planning and manufacturing of sophisticated (deep) freeze systems and ultra-low temperature storage systems for pharmaceutical production.

Originally, the ‘core business’ for L&R Kältetechnik in the pharma industry was to provide the low temperatures required for production. Many production sites all over Europe are equipped with L&R cooling systems that can reach a cooling capacity in the megawatt (MW) range, and are absolutely fail-safe thanks to redundant refrigerating circuits.

Process Cooling For Pharma Production – Even in a Multi-Megawatt Range

One current example: L&R planned and installed a large cooling facility providing low temperatures on two levels of -15°C and -25°C for a manufacturer of medicines for the treatment of blood diseases such as haemophilia – and on a large scale at that. A total of five ultra-low temperature systems with 12 refrigerating circuits and a total cooling capacity of 2.35MW generate the required process cooling.

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