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Chart Recorder

Chart Recorder

If you need documentation for the temperature condition over a certain period of time, the ARCTIKO chart recorder is the optimal solution. A re­placable pen is continuously documenting the temperature on a chart that circulates either on a 7 day or 24 hour basis. The chart recorder can be built in as an option in many ARCTIKO products.


Drawer System

Drawer system

The new ARCTIKO multipurpose drawer system, offers a great way to keep your samples in order. Either to divide up the freezer for several users or just for easy access and overview. The drawer systems can be used in our UPUL and ULUF range.


GSM Alarm Module

GSM Alarm Module

A GSM alarm module can be connected to the majority of ARCTIKO products. The module sends a SMS message to one or several coded telephone numbers in case the temperature in the freezer exceeds the fixed range. A simple, effective and reliable alternative providing increased safety.


CO2 Back-up

CO2 Back-up

A number of ARCTIKO products can be supplemented by a CO2 back up system for optimized safety. The back up system is supplied with heavy duty internal battery injection indicator and digital display with alarm functions. It injects CO2 in case the temperature inside a freezer rises above a pre-set temperature value.


Cryo Gloves

Cryo Gloves

Those water resistant cryo gloves protect your hands and prevents frost bite, while manipulating your frozen products in ultra cold environments, down to -160°C. They have multi layers of insulation from the tip of your fingers to your mid-forearms, and can also be used in very high temperatures, up to 123°C. (Available in different models and sizes).


SVS Voltage

SVS Voltage Stabilizers

The Sollatek SVS monitors the main voltage continuosly. If the voltage rises or drops, the SVS will stabilize the output to ensure the voltage reaching your equipment remains constant at 230V (+/-6%), within the operating range of the unit. If the voltage falls below 142V or rises above 295V, the SVS will disconnect the output, thereby protecting the load. Once the main voltage returns again within acceptable limits, the SVS will reconnect the output following a start up delay. Read more