Cryo standard inventory systems

Today we have three types of storage of samples in Nitrogen vessels

  1. In liquid Nitrogen (-196C) where the samples are fully submerged in liquid N2
  2. In conventional gas phase (-150C) with a bottom of liquid N2 in the vessel (racks/platform)
  3. In “dry” gas phase (170C/-190C) with absolute separation between samples and liquid N2

And all inventory systems liquid, gas, “dry” storage can be for either:

  • Standard storage of Ampoule / Vial, Blood bags, MT plates (96well), Sanbio cups
  • IVF/AI storage of Straws, Goblets, Vistobes, Canes

Standard inventory

With the liquid or conventional gas phase of Nitrogen we can offer our open frames with partitions for easy and quick access to your samples, and this can be retrofitted to your vessel. We can make these frame in any way, shape or size to fit any type of racking you want to

With the “dry” gas phase of Nitrogen we can offer our closed water tight stainless steel frames with partitions for easy and quick access to your samples.t These also can be retrofitted to your existing vessels. We can make these frames in any way, shape or size to fit any type of racking you want.

In all cases we prefer to work with Aluminium racking as this has a better cold transfer compared to stainless steel. The storage systems normally consist of aluminium boxes because of the better cold conduction (heat transition) in the gas phase; however if desired we can include the cheaper plastic boxes.