Blast/Thaw Freezers

Cryometrix B-90
Blast/Thaw Freezer

Cryometrix MB-90
Blast/Thaw Freezer

Key Features and Innovations

Advanced Liquid Nitrogen Technology

Featured above are the advanced B-90 and MB-90 Blast/Thaw Freezers, both utilizing Cryometrix’s groundbreaking Liquid Nitrogen Technology.

B-90: High Capacity and Rapid Cooling

The B-90, a state-of-the-art liquid nitrogen blast freezer, stands out with its rapid cooling ability, reducing temperatures from 20°C to -90°C in just 10 minutes. This model ensures safety and maintains high product quality by employing a closed-system liquid nitrogen process that prevents direct exposure to products or personnel. It offers an impressive capacity of 700 liters, accommodating up to 48 5L bottles, and features customizable security levels with options to expand through an IPC upgrade.

MB-90: Compact Efficiency

In contrast, the MB-90 offers a more compact solution without compromising on efficiency. It mirrors the B-90’s rapid cooling capabilities but in a smaller form, making it ideal for space-constrained environments or experimental setups. Both models boast user-friendly features such as on-board datalogging and are designed to meet varying electrical requirements. The B-90 and MB-90 differ slightly in their exterior and interior dimensions, catering to different space and capacity needs.

Environmental Impact and Compliance

Sustainable Design

Both freezers are designed with environmental consciousness, emitting only nitrogen as a byproduct, and are built to be highly energy-efficient.

Warranty and Standards Compliance

They come with a remarkable warranty of up to 20 years, underscoring their durability and reliability. Compliant with UL 508a and CE standards, with optional FDA compliance, these freezers are not only powerful and innovative but also align with safety and regulatory requirements.

Made in the USA

Manufactured in the USA, the Cryometrix B-90 and MB-90 freezers exemplify the perfect blend of performance, safety, and environmental responsibility in the field of blast freezing.