A blood bank refrigerator stores biomedical supplies like blood products at controlled temperatures. For safety, the system includes monitoring equipment to regularly check and report temperatures. It may also have security measures like locking doors to protect the integrity of the contents. Blood banks and facilities that work with blood products may need to use specialized refrigeration units to remain compliant with the law and maintain high storage standards for patient safety.
In the last several years, UK market of blood bank refrigerators
developed rapidly, with an average growth rate of 4.9%. In 2016, UK revenue of blood bank refrigerators is nearly 47 million USD; the actual consumption is over 12000 units.
The classification of blood bank refrigerators includes common indoor blood bank refrigerators and transport blood bank refrigerators, and the consumption proportion of common indoor blood bank refrigerators in 2016 is about 84%.
The blood bank refrigerators are widely used in blood bank centers, hospitals and other field. The consumption proportion of Blood Bank Centers is about 51% in 2016.
Market competition is intense. Haier, Panasonic, Helmer, Follett, etc. are the leaders of the industry. They hold the key technologies and patents, with high-end customers. They have formed global market channel of the industry. However, with the future expanding market, there will be more manufacturers in the future.