FridgeFreeze : The Industry Leader in Medical & Recreational Refrigeration
FridgeFreeze Inc. manufactures the most efficient portable refrigerators and freezers available for medical and recreational applications. Our customers include diabetes clinics, medical laboratories, state and county health departments, immunization clinics, universities, centers for infection disease, governmental agencies and people who enjoy off-road, camping and marine activities. This website showcases our portable medical line of products which are ideal for storing medical supplies, vaccines, blood and more. For our recreational line of fridges & accessories, please go to sportfridge.com .
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A FridgeFreeze vaccine storage unit was used at the New Jersey Health Officers Association Mass Vaccination Exercises on June 12, 2011. A summary of the exercise is published in the NJHOA Mass Vaccination Exercises Best Practices Report, which was created in collaboration with the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services and Rutgers University’s New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station Office of Continuing Professional Education.
We attended Disaster Recovery Journal’s Fall World 2013 conference, earlier today. It was held at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront hotel, near the convention center and airport. There were many exhibits and speakers during the multi-day event. Among them were Jim Lukaszewski from The Lukaszewski Group Div., Frank Perlmutter of Strategic BCP and Ron Martel from IBM.
We were happy to give the San Diego VA Outpatient Clinic a product demonstration today. While there, we took a number of photos. Here are some of them.
Energy saving FridgeFreeze portable medical refrigerator/freezers are designed with Green Technology to ensure maximum renewable energy conservation and sustainable performance. All FridgeFreeze medical units are CFC-Free, energy efficient, and environmentally friendly!
The cold chain is a system of refrigeration or freezing used for keeping and distributing vaccines at the correct temperature and in good condition, from the manufacturer to the point of use by the health worker.