Vestfrost Solutions MF 214

Vaccine/waterpacks freezer

Product owner: A/S Vestfrost

Sub-category
PQS No
E003/025
Manufacturer reference name
MF 214
Manufacturer
Vestfrost Solutions
First pre-qualification date
01-12-2011

Title Author Year Type Language Shared by
Vaccine and Icepack Freezer MF114, 214, 314 manual Vestfrost Solutions 2014 User guide English Moderator
MF 214 vaccine/icepack freezer product description Vestfrost Solutions 2017 Specification English Moderator
Decommissioning and safe disposal of cold chain equipment UNICEF/WHO 2018 Report English Moderator
Energy Source
Electric Mains 220-240V 50/60Hz or Electric Mains 115/60Hz optional;#8
Solar radiation reference period
1.0 kWh/m2/day
Lining
Regular
Refrigerator vaccine storage capacity (litre)
N/A
Refrigerator's gross volume (litre)
N/A
Freezer net volume
110 - 220 L
Freezer's gross volume
171 L
Waterpack freezing capacity
7.2 kg/24h
Waterpack storage capacity
160 x 0.6 L
Energy consumption (cool down) KWh/24 h
2.96 kWh/24h
Energy consumption (stable runing, continuous power) KWh/24 h
3.0 kWh/24h
Energy consumption (stable runing, intermittent power) KWh/24h
N/A
Energy consumption during freezing (KWh/24 h)
3.56 kWh/24h
Hold over time (hours; mn)
2.9 hours
Minimum rated ambient temperature
N/A
Refrigerant type
R134a
Freeze protection
N/A
Climate zone
Hot
Freezer type
Low energy compression
Freezing capacity range
5 - 15 kg/24h
Fuel and refrigeration cycle
Electric - compression
Quality standard

ISO 9001:2008;#ISO 14001;#DS/OHSAS 18001:2008

Range of holdover time
2 - 5 hours
Range vaccine storage capacity
N/A
Range waterpack storage capacity
101 - 200
Shipping volume
0.846 m3
Shipping weight
96.3 kg
Sub-category
Non-solar
Type of appliance
Vaccine/waterpacks freezer
Performance at:
+43°C

How to Create an Equipment Inventory

You will need a contingency plan for when things go wrong with your equipment. An inventory list helps technicians plan repairs, manage spare parts, and see which locations may need new or additional equipment. Learn how to fill out an equipment inventory, step-by-step. This EPI training video provides knowledge and skills based on WHO guidance (for example, Mid-Level Manager and Immunization in Practice modules) to support routine immunization in the field. Find more at www.immunizationacademy.com.