Laboratory gas mixer GB NANO 4

laboratory gas mixer
laboratory gas mixer
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Gas type
O2, air, CO2
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UP TO 6 INPUT CHANNELS EACH CHANNEL FLOW RATE: 0 – 200 mL/min TOTAL MIXTURE FLOW RATE: 0 – 1,2 L/min A Gas Mixer designed specifically for cell expansion processes. The GB Nano offers precise control and blending of gases, creating optimal growth conditions. Its versatility allows for the creation of various conditions, including Hypoxia and Anoxia, by simply using Pure Gas Cylinders or diluting Air from the wall-mounted pipe. As an essential component in cell culture laboratories, the GB Nano supports research and development by facilitating advancements in cell-based studies. The Gas Mixer can be used to manage the flow of pure cylinders of O2 and CO2 (or many other gases) in order to create specific conditions such as Hypoxia, Anoxia, or any other. Additionally, the Gas Mixer enables the dilution of Air to attain the desired gas composition In laboratory settings where the use of gas cylinders is prohibited, researchers can still achieve their desired conditions using the Gas Mixer in conjunction with the convenient wall-mounted Air pipes. This innovative solution allows for precise managing of gases, enabling the creation of optimal growth environments for cell expansion processes. Thanks to the Gas Mixer’s capabilities, including the ability to generate hypoxia, anoxia, and other conditions through the simple dilution of Air, laboratories can overcome limitations and continue to drive advancements in cell-based studies. Our Gas Mixers are specifically designed to help laboratories achieve the best results in terms of accuracy, modularity, and process speed, while using only a small amount of space in the environment.


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