Continental Scientific

Continental Scientific manufactures glass door, general purpose, laboratory/pharmacy refrigerators utilizing environmentally safe, CFC-free, R-134a refrigerant. Available in one section, two section and three section units (models S1R-GD, S2R-GD and S3R-GD). Read more...

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Continental Scientific

Continential Scientific solid door, general purpose, laboratory/pharmacy dual temperature freezer utilizing environmentally safe, CFC-free, R-134a and R-404a refrigerant. Available in two section and three section units (models S2RF, S3RRF and S3RFF). Read more...

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Continental Scientific

Continental Scientific Modern State-of-the-Art Styling, Performance Rated Refrigeration System Utilizing Environmentally Safe R-134a Refrigerant, 3" Non-CFC Polyurethane Foam Insulation Read more...

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Continental Scientific

  • Modern State-of-the-Art Styling
  • Performance Rated Refrigeration System Utilizing Environmentally Safe R-134a Refrigerant
  • 3" Non-CFC Polyurethane Foam Insulation
  • Chrome Plated Flow Line Handles
  • Cam-Action Lift-Off Hinges
  • Self-Closing Doors
  • Automatic Interior Lighting
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Harper International Corporation

Harper International Corporation manufactures custom laboratory furnaces to match your specifications. Read more...

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Despatch - ITW EAE

The LFC1-38 and LFC2-12 are Class A laboratory ovens specially designed to meet NFPA 86 requirements for applications that include flammable solvents or large amounts of moisture removal. Read more...

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Linde North America, Inc.

Download our white paper: High-efficiency cryogenic chilling for food processing

Is it time to rethink food chilling methods at your plant?

If you process meat, poultry or seafood, or prepared foods that require chilling, the answer is likely "yes". Cryogenic chilling solutions, which often use carbon dioxide (CO2) snow Read more...

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