IceCube® Computer Controlled Freezers
for freezing and thawing of biological material

Controlled rate freezing is an established procedure for the cryopreservation of biologic material in research
and clinical applications. In-line with GMP protocols, cell material can be frozen then stored at cryogenic temperatures.

IceCube devices achieve reliable, reproducible results with maximum operational safety. They are used for clinical, veterinary abd research tasks for controlled rate freezing and thawing of specimen. Medical Device Directive (MDD) certification is available.

The intuitive, flexible IceCube Series is designed specifically to meet current and future challenges of cryopreservation.

The IceCube Family


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The IceCube Series consists of five instruments with different capacities from 11XS to 17L. Its modern technology and flexibility provide the right solution for every application.

IceCube automatic freezing devices are equipped with innovative technology to achieve the highest sample viability.
Liquid nitrogen flows via a metal hose connection, as a gas, into the freezing chamber. Predetermined cooling profiles are used to freeze samples prior to removal and storage at cryogenic temperatures. Data logging ensures continual monitoring of the entire process, including multiple temperature sensor set-points, actual values and the supply pressure of liquid nitrogen.

A comparative overview table is available via the link below

Overview Technical Data IceCube Series