Enhanced Pharmacy Refrigerator Range is Updated
Jun 22 2006 Read 2130 Times
Recognising the busy environment in which the majority of pharmacy refrigerators operate in, the enhancements aim to make the Lec range more user-friendly than ever.
Internally, Lec has introduced a wire basket, replacing the traditional plastic storage drawer. The basket is proven to improve air circulation around products stored at the bottom of the appliance, ensuring a consistent temperature and more efficient storage of vaccines and pharmaceuticals.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that it is not unusual for equipment such as refrigerators to be accidentally unplugged, with potentially disastrous and expensive consequences. Lec has taken a practical step in combating this with the introduction of a bright red plug, clearly marked to warn against accidental disconnection.
Finally, to encourage and facilitate best practice and compliance, all Lec pharmacy refrigerators are now supplied with a temperature monitoring record and a ?quick guide'. The A5-sized quick guide is affixed to the front on the appliance to provide clear and simple guidelines to using the appliance electronic controls correctly, whilst the monitoring record provides a straightforward way of recording minimum and maximum temperatures on a daily basis recommended as being best practice in the Green Book Guidelines.
Combined with Lec's standard pharmacy features forced air cooling, quiet operation, digital temperature control, automatic defrost, temperature deviation alarms and locking doors the range enhancements are set to cement Lec's position as one of the UK's best selling pharmacy refrigerator range.
Lec pharmacy refrigerator range is built to ensure we meet the standards as set by the Royal Pharmaceutical Association, Green Book Guidelines and come with 12 months service and warranty guarantee. Capacity sizes range from 28 litres to 441 litres, and are available in both solid and glass door variants across the range.
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