Our range of pharmacy refrigerators provide the reliability and security that's essential when protecting pharmaceutical and vaccines and incorporate a stable temperature control at a fixed 5°C.
Is your refrigerator appropriately approved for the storage of vaccines?
Our refrigerators are registered Class I Medical Devices and comply to Federal Legislation requiring all medical devices be registered in the ARTG. Thermoline pharmacy cabinets comply to AS85000: Quality Care Pharmacy Standard and are registered in the ARTG, 299070.
Available to purchase in a variety of styles and sizes from under bench pharmacy fridges to large double and triple door free standing units, there is a choice available for any space. They also feature the option of solid or glass doors and adjustable shelves which can be configured for accurate storage and easy retrieval of drugs and vaccines. A bright easy to read digital control is standard and features high and low temperature logging and alarms which sound if the temperature goes out of range.
Safety and reliability are key factors when storing medicines and the highest standards are demanded of pharmacy refrigerators. All of our pharmacy refrigerators are lockable, energy efficient, top quality, and environmentally friendly and are suitable for doctors and vets surgeries, hospital wards, pharmacies, and pretty much anywhere that controlled storage of medicines is important.
Our Australian Made premium range of pharmacy refrigerators have been developed specifically for hospitals and larger pharmacies. The more heavy duty fridges are constructed with stainless steel interiors for hygiene and durability and as you might expect they have heavy duty castors making it easier to move them for cleaning. They're also fitted with low and high temperature alarms and door locks.
Thermoline pharmacy refrigerators tick every box with unbeatable reliability and accurate temperature control. All refrigerators are tested in-house in our state of the art testing rooms to ensure they conform to the toughest regulations required as a medical device.