We offer a wide range of Labcold fridges for Pharmaceutical and Laboratory environments.

Labcold Pharmacy refrigerators have been designed from the ground up to comply with the Department of Health Green Book protocols for the safe and secure storage of temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals.

The Sparkfree Fridges have been manufactured to perform to the tight temperature tolerances. Most either feature locks or can have locks fitted to the cabinet for safety and security.

All Labcold Pharmacy and Vaccine fridges are lockable refrigerators and automatically alarm if the temperature goes out of range.

Every modern kitchen contains a refrigerator. It has become a necessity of life for storing perishable foods at a safe temperature. Most models also have a freezer compartment and many feature an ice maker and water dispenser.

The average cost to install a 24-cubic ft. refrigerator runs from $116-$3,900. This does not include the price of the refrigerator itself, but is strictly the installation cost, and also adding the filters is important, which you can get from brands are fridigaire, and you can see these discount fridigaire replacement filters to install in any fridge.

When installing a refrigerator, there are several factors to consider, such as location and placement.

The cost to install a refrigerator on a second floor or higher averages an additional $30-$40 per floor.

Many people choose to install a refrigerator outdoors. For an outdoor installation, the price averages $150 if no water line needs to be plumbed, so getting professionals is the best option for this, there are many options online that can help with this, you can read more here to find the right options for this installations. You may need to have your refrigerator installed in an area that lacks an electrical outlet. Having an electrical outlet installed by an electrician will cost an average of $220-$750 each.

When choosing a place to install your refrigerator you will need to measure the space to make sure that there will be at least 2 inches of space around the back, sides, and top of the refrigerator after installation to allow proper airflow around the unit.