Unmatched 80°C Storage Advantages Across the COVID-19 Vaccine Cold Chain

Our breakthrough cooling technology makes the Stirling Ultracold line of ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezers uniquely efficient, lightweight and flexible enough to meet today’s unprecedented COVID-19 vaccine cold chain deployment challenges.

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Stirling Ultracold CEO Dusty Tenney discusses his company, which supplies high-tech freezers to drug-makers to store and distribute vaccines and other medicines.

ULT Reliability in the Broadest Range of Operating Conditions

  • Widest temperature range: The ONLY commercially available ULT freezers that safely maintain temperatures from -86°C to -20°C and meet the cold storage efficacy requirements of most COVID-19 vaccine candidates, regardless of which are ultimately approved.
  • Universal power and voltage: All our units plug into 110V outlets and can be used worldwide without modifications. They are even brownout-tolerant.
  • Reliable Operation: Stirling Ultracold freezers operate in higher ambient room temperatures with minimal heat output.
  • Connectivity: Building management system IOT connectivity available.

Breakthrough Portability and Flexibility for Remote and Clinical Uses

  • Clinical: Portable and undercounter models bring -80°C vaccine storage to all points of patient care.
  • Multipurpose: The -86°C to -20°C range is adaptable to more situations, including freezer backup.

Smallest Facility Footprint With Lowest Operating Cost

  • Space: Store more vaccine and biospecimen inventory in less space within our compact footprint. The SU780XLE has the largest storage capacity per square foot/meter of floor space in its class.
  • Energy: Our revolutionary Stirling engine uses less energy per sample capacity to help maintain lower energy costs. Our SU780XLE is ENERGY STAR® certified.
  • Infrastructure: Significantly reduced power distribution/switchgear, backup power and HVAC system requirements.

Rapid Freezer Deployment

  • Delivery: Product can delivered quickly to help meet critical ULT storage needs.*
  • Setup: Fastest and simplest installation without modifications to building power or HVAC.

Stirling Ultracold In The News

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Fox Business, US can realistically produce enough coronavirus vaccine for whole world

LA Daily News, Keeping coronavirus vaccines in a deep freeze one of California’s big challenges

The STAT Trade Times, UPS Healthcare launches mobile freezer storage units

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, The Cold Truth about COVID-19 Vaccines

USA Today, COVID vaccine candidate from Pfizer must be stored at minus 112, prompting a rush on dry ice

CNN Business, What it could take to deliver a COVID-19 vaccine to the world

Reuters, US states race to buy ultra cold vaccine freezers, fueling supply worries

Boston Globe, Colder than Antarctica in winter: super cooling concerns for the possible first COVID-19 vaccine

The NY Times, How to ship a Vaccine at -80C, and Other Obstacles in the COVID Fight

NBC Nightly News, Inside The Challenges of Mass COVID Vaccination

Pharmaceutical Processing World, Stirling Ultracold prepares for COVID-19-driven need for ultra-cold transport

Biopharma-Reporter, Stirling going the extra mile to ensure cold-storage capacity for final leg in COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Supply & Demand Chain Executive, Stirling Ultracold Offers Commercially Available Freezers Capable of Storing COVID-19 Vaccines

Manufacturing Chemist, From the lab to the last mile: optimising the pharma cold chain (part I)

Manufacturing Chemist, From the lab to the last mile: optimizing the pharam cold chain (part II)

Pharmaceutical Commerce, Meeting the challenges of rapid Covid-19 vaccine cold chain deployment

Fox News28, Pfizer vaccine requires extreme-cold storage, could cause supply chain hurdles

ABC7 San Francisco, Low-temperature coolers, needed to transport Pfizer vaccine, are next weapon in fight against COVID-19

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