B Medical Systems Sarl TCW 40 SDD

Solar direct drive refrigerator/freezer

Product owner: B Medical Systems

Sub-category
PQS No
E003/042
Manufacturer
B Medical Systems Sarl
First pre-qualification date
27-03-2014

Energy Source
Solar direct drive;#4
Solar radiation reference period
3.5 kWh/m2/day
Refrigerator vaccine storage capacity (litre)
36
Refrigerator's gross volume (litre)
46.6
Freezer net volume
< 50 L
Freezer's gross volume
4.8
Waterpack freezing capacity
1.8 kg
Waterpack storage capacity
5.2kg
Energy consumption (cool down) KWh/24 h
0.67 kWh/24h
Energy consumption (stable runing, continuous power) KWh/24 h
0.57 kWh/24h
Energy consumption (stable runing, intermittent power) KWh/24h
NA
Energy consumption during freezing (KWh/24 h)
0.69 kWh/24h
Hold over time (hours; mn)
93 hours 24 min
Autonomy
81 hours 54 min
Minimum rated ambient temperature
+5°C
Refrigerant type
R600a
Quality standard

ISO 9001:2008;#ISO 13485;#ISO 14001

Shipping volume
0.88m3
Shipping weight
120kg
Type of appliance
Solar direct drive combined refrigerator/freezer
Performance at:
+43°C

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