The Fridge RoomChoosing a fridge is an important matter. As a piece of equipment that's in constant use, reliability is a primary consideration. Our online Fridge Room offers an easy way to select the right fridge for your healthcare environment whether you're buying for a surgery, pharmacy or care in the patients' home.

With vaccine programmes becoming an all-year event, upright fridges are popular at the moment, but for additional storage or for smaller locations, an undercounter or counter-top fridge could be the ideal choice.
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For the Surgery
View our selection of fridges ideal for use in general practice.
For the Pharmacy
View our selection of fridges suitable for use in chemists and pharmacies.
For Care in the Home
View our selection of fridges suitable for use within the patient's home.

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We've collected together all our bestselling fridges, storage solutions and accessories together in one convenient location.
and Countertop
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Our selection of undercounter and countertop fridges offer a flexible solution for practices with limited space or for temporary vaccine storage.
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Our freestanding pharmacy fridges offer a large amount of storage and exceptional levels of reliability.
Data Loggers
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Used correctly, our range of data loggers can collect fridge temperature information continuously offering peace of mind and reducing a time-intensive task.
Fridge Thermometers
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An analogue or digital fridge thermometer can act as a backup for the built-in thermometers found in most pharmacy fridges.
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Our range of vaccine transportation bags and portable fridges offer a convenient solution for users needing to transport vaccines and temperature controlled items.
Storage Tips
  • Always follow the manufacturer recommended storage temperatures
  • Don't use domestic grade fridges for storing vaccines - they're not designed to maintain temperature consistency
  • Use a minimum-maximum thermometer (or automatic temperature monitor data logger) and keep a twice daily record of the temperature
  • Have back-up vaccine storage (e.g. coolbags or a portable fridge) in case of power failure
  • Label your fridge plug to avoid it being turned off accidentally
  • Position fridges away from heat sources such as radiators
  • Regularly check vaccine expiry dates and aid stock rotation with the use of wire drawers

The DH Green Book (chapter 3) recommends the calibration of vaccine fridges at least once a year, along with regular portable appliance testing (PAT).

We're here to help � trained and approved by all the major manufacturers, our team of Expert Technicians are available to visit your practice.