Benchtop laboratory incubator ISF series

benchtop laboratory incubator
benchtop laboratory incubator
benchtop laboratory incubator
benchtop laboratory incubator
benchtop laboratory incubator
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Other characteristics
shaking, heating, cooling, automatic
Temperature range

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)


Max.: 500 l (132.1 gal)

Min.: 30 l (7.9 gal)


Incubated Shakers (Floor) Large capacity up to five 6L flasks and heavy workload shaking with rapid heating and cooling performance. Exclusive drive mechanism with ergonomic design delivers years of trouble-free service Performance Temperature range: - Ambient +5°C to 80 °Cfor ISF-7100 / 7200 - Ambient -20°C (Min. +4) to 80°C for ISF-7100R / 7200R Competitive high shaking speed up to 500 rpm. - Speed range: 30 to 500 rpm. Orbital shaking motion in various diameter. - 25.4mm for ISF-7100/R - 50.8mm for ISF-7200/R Microprocessor PID control. Three point temperature calibration / Automatic tuning. Wide speed range even with heavy workload. - Ideal DD(Direct Drive) brushless motor and triple cam system support heavy load, quiet, maintenance free operation and deliver high torque at high speeds and smooth rotation. Best effort run function intelligently manages its rpm to keep shaking even workload is out of its capacity. - Automatic shaking speed adjustment in case of excessive workload such as unbalanced load placement, unusual vibrations caused from unstable floor or external shock. Pleasant test environment by the smooth acceleration and deceleration control. - Smooth start and smooth stop function prevents chemical spills from flasks or test tubes. High-velocity fan ensures uniform temperature distribution and rapid thermal recovery after door open. Air-tight silicone door seal with lockable door for safe storage of samples.


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