Thermo Scientific™ TDE Series -40°C ultra-low temperature freezers, powered by H-drive, feature three upright models, maximizing storage capacity from 40,000 up to 60,000 2mL vials. The TDE Series is a sustainable and reliable solution with ultimate sample security and operational savings for every lab.
Powered by H-drive's hydrocarbon technology, these systems save up to almost 50% in energy usage and heat rejection over conventional refrigerant ultra-low freezers1
A quiet sound output below 53 dBA, enables the freezer to come out of the hallway and into the lab
Meets +/-5°C validation protocols at -40°C with strong peak variation and steady-state temperature variation
Natural hydrocarbon refrigerants reduce system operating stresses promoting outstanding reliability and worry-free sample protection
The H-drive Information Center (HIC) combines easy to read temperature with simple capacitive touch buttons in a 5.6” display
Three capacities (400, 500 and 600 2-inch box) to accommodate a variety of storage needs and lab footprint specifications
All models contain four inner doors allowing for easy sample access without exposing greater freezer content to ambient conditions
Improved customer convenience with new ergonomically designed handle, high contrast eye-level display, and comfortable easy-access shelf locations.
Compatible with most racking systems including a full range of Thermo Scientific™ racks for boxes, microplates, Thermo Scientific™ Matrix™ and Nunc CryoBank™ tubes
Security features including alarm settings and padlock-compatible doors
Manufactured in an award-winning, zero-waste to landfill facility
Lower HVAC costs as a result of less heat emission into the environment
Natural refrigerants and water-blown foam insulation, making the Series compliant with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP), the European Union’s F-Gas and other sustainability standards
Internal data comparing 4.4kWh/day to Legacy Performance DxF40040 Model with 8.0kWh/day. Data on File
Typical freezer test data based on internal testing in ambient temperature at 20°C; Typical standard validation protocol of +/-5°C.