Many vaccines require cryogenic freezers for storage and transportation to maintain their effi
cacy. Vaccines contain delicate proteins that can lose their potency when exposed to heat or light. To prevent this from happening, vaccines must be stored at very low temperatures, typically between -50°C and -80°C, depending on the type of vaccine. Cryogenic freezers are an essential tool in the storage and transportation of vaccines, providing a controlled and consistent environment that maintains the required temperature. In addition, cryogenic vapor shippers are used to transport vaccines across long distances, ensuring that the
y remain at the required temperature during transit. The use of cryogenic freezers and transportation systems has revolutionized the distribution of vaccines, allowing for safe and efficient storage and transportation of vaccines, and enabling widespread vaccination programs to be implemented, ultimately contributing to the control and eradication of many infectious diseases.