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    Contact Shock Freezers: Energy Efficient Contact Shock Freezing from B Medical Systems

    B Medical Systems Contact Shock Freezers, CSF 61 and CSF 101 are designed for the freezing of blood plasma, biological and pharmaceutical preparations to a core temperature of -30°C in a short time. At the same time, utmost care has been taken to make sure that both models are optimized for energy efficiency, thereby further benefiting customer needs in the long term from an operational perspective…

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  • B Medical Systems Contact Shock Freezers: Technological Innovations for Rapid Cooling of Plasma.

    Fresh frozen human plasma is an important transfusion component and also functions as a raw material for the production of coagulation factor concentrates used in patients with haemorrhagic disorders [1].

    Freezing of plasma is a critical processing step that has an impact on the quality of plasma, especially concerning Factor VIII. B Medical Systems Contact Shock Freezers are designed for the quick freezing of blood plasma to a core temperature of -30°C. This paper discusses the impact of various technological innovations used in the Contact Shock Freezers by B Medical Systems to enable rapid cooling of plasma bags.

  • BMS_Technical-Paper_Blood-Management-Solutions_CSF-Range_UK_high_v2.pdf
  • B Medical Systems Incubated Platelet Agitator: Maintaining the storage conditions for maximizing in vivo capabilities of platelets.

    In order to maintain in vivo effectiveness and in vitro quality, platelets need to be stored at 22 ±2°C with gentle agitation in gas permeable containers. B Medical Systems, a Cold Chain specialist active in the medical refrigeration sector, has developed an exclusive integrated incubator and platelet agitator that helps mitigate the pain points faced by medical professionals while using traditional platelet…

  • BMS_Marketing-Paper_Blood-Management-Solutions_PA-Range_UK_high.pdf
  • B Medical Systems Contact Shock Freezers: Rapid Freezing of plasma for the optimal recovery of Factor VIII

    Fresh Frozen Plasma is an important raw material for the production of coagulation factor concentrates for patients with hemorrhagic disorders. Since coagulation Factor VIII (FVIII:C) is the most labile CSF RANGE hemostatic protein, the freezing process of the plasma needs to be optimized for the best yield of Factor VIII. This paper discusses the recommendations made by the existing medical and scientific literatures concerning the freezing time of plasma along with Good Manufacturing Practices and the average freezing time of the Contact Shock Freezers developed by B Medical Systems. It was found that the Contact Shock Freezers developed by B Medical Systems were able to freeze 30 units and 48 units of 350ml bags in approximately 26 minutes, well within the permissible ranges preventing any substantial loss of Factor VIII in frozen plasma.

  • B-Medical-Systems-Contact-Shock-Freezers-Rapid-Freezing-of-plasma-for-the-optimal-recovery-of-Factor-VIII.pdf
  • Energy Efficient Ultra Low Freezers from B Medical Systems

    In recent years, the end-users of medical refrigeration products worldwide have started focusing more on the energy efficiency of laboratories due to the increased costs of electricity, regulations, and awareness related to the environmental impact. In particular, Ultra Low Temperature Freezers (ULTs) can be one of the most energy-intensive pieces of equipment in a laboratory, for instance, an average 25-cubic foot ULT unit uses approximately 20 kWh of energy per day –as much as a small house. B Medical Systems, a pioneer in medical refrigeration technology has launched new ULTs designed to deliver superior energy efficiency without compromising the security of the samples stored.

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Precision line

    Rotational Moulding for Cost Effective Manufacturing of Hollow Parts: An Overview

    Rotational Moulding / Rotomoulding is a process for producing hollow parts by placing a resin, normally in the powder form into a mould and then rotating the tool in multiple axes in an oven until the powder melts completely and coats the inside of the mould cavity. This is followed by cooling the mould which solidifies the product and is then taken out for further processing [1,2]. At B Medical Systems, we use the rotational moulding technique to manufacture the precision line refrigerators, freezers and cold chain equipment.

  • BMS_Technical-Paper_Rotomoulding_Precision-Line_UK_high.pdf