BLOOD BANK REFRIGERATOR (MB3000G), 230V, 100 bags 450ml


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Former Code(s): EHOEZFR0685 PCOLZNL0095 EHOEZBE1199
Z121701 - Blood banks refrigerators
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The blood bank refrigerator MB3000G is used to store blood products at a temperature of +4°C in a temperatures range between +2 and +6°C.

The storage capacity can go up to 100 bags of 450 ml.

The ice-lining consists of icepacks filled with water in order to increase the thermal inertia.


Electrical blood bank refrigerator with blood storage capacity of 100 units of blood bags of 450 ml.

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External / internal material : polyethylene

Insulation material: 100 mm polyurethane foam / foaming agent; cyclopentane

Technical specifications

  • Thermostat
  • ​Set-Point: +4°C
  • Digital display of temperature (0.1°C)
  • Compressor type: compressor NL9FT
  • Fan air cooling
  • Refrigerant: 142gr R134a
  • Capillary tube: DU = 0.7 x 2700 mm
  • Evaporator type: tube
  • Audible and visual alarm
  • Installed icelining: 36 x 0.6l to be filled with water
  • Hold over time at 43°C: 20h (100 bags)/ 22h (30 bags)
  • Power supply: mains AC
    • Voltage: 220 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz
    • Power: 220 W
    • Energy consumption
      • 1.1kWh/24h at 32°C
      • 1.5kWh/24h at 43°C
  • Integrated rechargeable battery: lead-acid


  • External dimensions (HxWxD): 910 x 1270 x 780 mm
  • Gross volume: 278 l / net volume: 204 l
  • Weight net: 105 kg

Transport Dangerous Goods

UN2811 special provision A26: Refrigerating machines include air conditioning units and machines or other appliances which have been designed for the specific purpose of keeping food or other items at low temperature in an internal compartment. Refrigerating machines and refrigerating machine components are considered not subject to these Instructions if containing less than 12 kg of a gas in Division 2.2 or if containing less than 12 L ammonia solution (UN2672).

The finished product contains less than 12 kg of gas and is therefore not subject to transport regulations.

Supplied with the Article

  • 5 vaccine storage baskets
  • lockable lid
  • 2 spacers
  • 38 ice packs of 0.6l

Instructions for use

Read carefully the operating instructions before use

Precautions for Use

  • Ensure that there is sufficient room around the unit for air circulation
  • Do not locate the unit below a ceiling fan or right next to air-conditioning equipment.
  • The unit must be transported in an upright position only (maximum inclination 45°).
  • To prevent problems with other electrical equipment causing this unit to malfunction, it should be connected to a separate circuit. Never connect the unit to a single socket with other electrical equipment by means of a multi-socket.
  • Secure all electrical devices in the laboratory‌ with a UPS double conversion (see related articles below). To define the best sizing of the UPS, contact your biomedical or energy referent.


  • Clean or disinfect the unit inside and outside before using it. Use only gentle cleaning agents.
  • Never use aggressive or caustic cleaning agents, scouring powder, steel wool, abrasive sponges or chemical solvents.
  • When cleaning, make sure that no fluids of any kind run into the ventilation housing.
  • Read carefully the operator manual for more details on the cleaning and maintenance.

Waste management

Before scrapping the unit, arrange for the lead accumulator to be removed and disposed of separately.

Be sure to remove the lead-acid rechargeable battery and dispose of separately.


MSF requirements

Refrigerator complying to the minimal requirements for the storage of blood products, in the MSF field conditions. Supplied with a visible and audible alarm installed.

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