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DIN58345 drug storage standard

Refrigerators for use in pharmacies, hospitals and doctors' offices must meet high requirements for the storage of medicines. That is why Liebherr medicine refrigerators in accordance with DIN 58345 have numerous functions and equipment features to store high-quality preparations and temperature-sensitive medicines in the best possible way. The electronics enable precise temperature control and, in combination with the efficient insulation and the dynamic cooling system, ensure optimum storage conditions. Integrated optical and acoustic alarm systems warn of unwanted temperature deviations. Liebherr refrigerators offer the security and consistency that counts when storing medicines: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Safety in accordance with DIN 58345 All Liebherr devices for the storage of medicines comply with the DIN standard “Refrigerators for medicines DIN 58345”. This ensures that the devices are especially suitable for the storage of medicines and offer a high degree of safety for the responsible user.

The following refrigerators are designed according to the DIN58345 standard



DIN 58345 includes the following basic requirements:


  • Compliance with an operating temperature from +2 ° C to +8 ° C
  • Usable in ambient temperatures from +10 ° C to +35 ° C
  • Noise emission of less than 60 dB (A)
  • Optical and acoustic warning device for an alarm at high and at low temperatures
  • Preparation for recording the operating temperature
  • Visual and audible alarm in case of power failure for at least 12 hours (power failure alarm)
  • Safety thermostat to prevent temperatures below +2 ° C
  • Mechanical loading capacity of the built-in elements of at least 100 kg / m²
  • Lockable door


All HapoH medicine refrigerators of the Liebherr MKv line meet the DIN58345 standard and have the following important features:



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