A company based in The Plains has garnered national attention for its ultra-low temperature (ULT) freezers, which have become useful in storing a potential COVID-19 vaccine that is likely to require subzero temperatures to remain potent.
Stirling Ultracold, a company located at 6000 Poston Rd. that employees 130 people mostly from southeast Ohio, developed a freezer with the largest storage capacity relative to similar devices that could prove valuable to companies that research, manufacture, transport and store a potential vaccine, according to a news release from Ohio University.
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Written by Ben Peters.
Originally published November 10, 2020.