Freezers may fail for any number of reasons. There may be a facility-wide power outage. Compressors may break down. Temperatures may be slow to stabilize if the freezer door is frequently being opened. Regular freezer maintenance may not be performed. The list goes on.
But when failures occur, damage to, or loss of stored samples is not inevitable. When samples do get destroyed, as in the high-profile cases noted above, it’s often ultimately down to a failure of the systems and processes that are meant to react to deviations in a freezer’s temperature.
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