At Henry Schein, we understand that medical professionals need equipment they can rely on. That's why we offer a wide range of high-quality, reliable medical refrigerators and freezers designed specifically for the healthcare industry. Our products are trusted by medical professionals.
Whether it’s for vaccine storage, nutritional preserving, temperature monitoring, or general purpose refrigeration, Henry Schein has the cold storage products you need. Click through any of the links below to explore our top sellers from some of the most recognizable brands in the industry!
Explore our extensive inventory of cutting-edge medical freezers and fridges. Once you find the ideal equipment for your practice. Fill out the form on the page to initiate the purchasing process. A dedicated equipment specialists will get in touch to guide you through the buying journey.
Find a unit that meets CDC and VFC (Vaccines for Children) requirements for all your vaccines.
Our line of freezers includes units that can reliably reach ultra-low temperatures.
Combo units that offer convenience while delivering protective storage for all sensitive medical supplies and vaccines.
Ensure the integrity of your vaccine cold chain with accurate temperature monitoring devices.
Whether you're looking for a vaccine refrigerator or a large-capacity freezer, we have the expertise and selection to meet your needs. Don't hesitate to reach out to us for assistance, or simply fill out our online form to get started. We look forward to helping you find the perfect medical grade refrigerator or freezer for your facility.
Temperature stability and accuracy: Medical grade fridges and freezers are designed to maintain a stable and precise temperature range, typically between 2°C to 8°C for refrigerators and -20°C to -40°C for freezers. This is crucial for preserving the integrity and effectiveness of medical products such as vaccines, blood products, and other samples.
High-quality construction: Built with durable, corrosion-resistant materials that can withstand frequent use and rigorous cleaning. They also typically have thicker insulation and tighter seals to help maintain temperature stability.
Alarm systems: Equipped with alarm systems that can alert staff in case of temperature fluctuations or power outages. This helps ensure that medical products are not compromised due to unexpected events.
Enhanced security: Often have lockable doors or drawers, as well as the ability to limit access to certain individuals or user groups. This helps protect valuable medical products from theft or unauthorized access.
Regulatory compliance: Medical fridges and freezers are designed to comply with various regulatory requirements and guidelines, such as those set forth by the CDC, FDA, and WHO. This ensures that medical professionals can store medical products in a safe and compliant manner.
Storing vaccines: Vaccines must be stored at specific temperatures to maintain their potency and effectiveness. Medical fridges are designed to store vaccines at the recommended temperature range, ensuring that they remain viable until they are administered to patients.
Storing medications: Many medications must be kept at specific temperatures to ensure their stability and potency. Medical fridges and freezers can be used to store these medications, keeping them safe and effective until they are needed.
Storing samples: Medical fridges and freezers can be used to store a wide range of samples, including blood, urine, and tissue samples. These samples must be stored at specific temperatures to maintain their integrity.
Storing biological materials: Medical fridges and freezers can be used to store a variety of biological materials, such as DNA, RNA, and proteins.
As a medical professional, you know how important it is to have the right equipment in your healthcare facility. When it comes to medical fridges and freezers, choosing the right one can be a critical decision. Here are some factors to consider when selecting a medical fridge or freezer:
Temperature range: One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a medical fridge or freezer is its temperature range. Make sure that the fridge or freezer you choose can maintain the necessary temperature range for the materials you will be storing. Some vaccines, medications, and biological materials require specific temperature ranges to remain effective, so it's important to choose a fridge or freezer that can meet those requirements.
Size and capacity: Another factor to consider is the size and capacity of the fridge or freezer. Consider how much space you will need to store your materials and specimens, and make sure that the fridge or freezer you choose has enough capacity to meet your needs. You may also want to consider the size of the unit itself and whether it will fit in the space you have available.
Energy efficiency: Energy efficiency is another important factor to consider when choosing a medical fridge or freezer. Look for models that are Energy Star certified or have other energy-efficient features, as they can help you save money on energy costs over time.
Alarm and monitoring systems: It's also important to choose a fridge or freezer that has an alarm and monitoring system to alert you if the temperature falls out of the desired range. This can help prevent spoilage and ensure the safety of your materials and specimens.
Maintenance and warranty: Finally, consider the maintenance requirements and warranty of the fridge or freezer. Look for models that are easy to maintain and have a warranty that covers any issues that may arise.