Incubators, Laboratory, Aerobic/Anaerobic

Definition : Laboratory incubators designed to maintain a controlled and suitable aerobic or anaerobic environment. These incubators can either keep the molecular oxygen at a level similar to or greater than the atmosphere at (i.e., aerobic) or provide an oxygen-free environment (i.e., anaerobic) while providing an accurate control on the carbon dioxide (CO2) level in the incubator chamber in a pre-determined range of temperatures. These incubators typically consist of an internal chamber with a controlled temperature that is isolated with a water or air jacket; microprocessor sensors and controllers capable of providing appropriated levels of temperature, humidity, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen levels; and temperature and gas level recorders. The incubator may also include air filters and/or copper components (e.g., copper stainless steel alloys) to prevent contamination. The incubator keeps high levels of oxygen (usually from 22 to 80%), high relative humidity (typically higher than 90%), and carbon dioxide levels from 5 to 10% appropriate for aerobic cell grow; for cells that need a very low level of oxygen (i.e., anaerobic) the incubator displaces the oxygen with nitrogen gas. Aerobic/anaerobic incubators are intended for a variety of cell cultures that require different environmental conditions for growth.

Entry Terms : "Multigas Cell Culture Incubators" , "Tri-gas Cell Culture Incubators"

UMDC code : 31008

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Environmental Growth Chambers

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Environmental Growth Chambers (EGC) has set the standard for quality equipment in the controlled environment industry. Through the development of new designs and products, EGC has consistently demonstrated its ability to foresee the evolving needs of users and to remain the industry leader.


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QI Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

Q.I. Medical makes unique products for pharmacists and nurses who handle sterile solutions.

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