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Cost efficiency in laboratories
Possible savings of up to €5,000 in energy costs over 10 years
Cost and energy efficiency are rapidly becoming leading considerations when purchasing any piece of laboratory equipment. With key equipment and instrumentation operating continuously or for extended periods, it is perhaps not surprising that laboratories are capable of consuming more power than a typical office building. Essential laboratory items such as ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezers can contribute significantly to this expensive energy consumption. ULT freezers each have the potential to consume ten times as much energy as a domestic freezer
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