Refrigerators, Laboratory, Flammable Material
Definition : Laboratory refrigerators designed to store flammable products (typically liquids with a flash point below 38 degrees Celsius [100 degrees Fahrenheit]) at temperatures between 1 and 10 degrees Celsius (34 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit), preventing the ignition of flammable vapors inside the storage compartment. These refrigerators' electrical components are usually located outside the chamber, and the compressor is sealed or located at the top of the unit; they may also have self-closing doors, magnetic door gaskets, and special inner-shell materials that limit the damage should a reaction occur within the storage compartment. Flammable material laboratory refrigerators are usually available in upright and undercounter configurations.
Entry Terms : "Flammable Material Laboratory Refrigerators"
UMDC code : 22010