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CO2 laboratory incubator MTJC 525307, MTJC 525308
for cell cultureswith legscopper

CO2 laboratory incubator
CO2 laboratory incubator
CO2 laboratory incubator
CO2 laboratory incubator
CO2 laboratory incubator
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Characteristics

Type
CO2
Applications
for cell cultures
Configuration
with legs
Other characteristics
copper, heating, water jacket
Temperature range

Max.: 60 °C (140 °F)

Min.: -5 °C (23 °F)

Capacity

Max.: 376 l (99.3 gal)

Min.: 188 l (49.7 gal)

Description

Water Jacketed CO2 Incubator touch screen controlled Advanced technology and a secure environment. Meditech provides exceptional conditions for the most reliable results in cell and tissue culture studies. Precision-engineered direct heat and IR sensor technology provides stable temperature and exact CO2 control. FEATURES OF WATER JACKETED CO2 Incubator The Meditech compact and stackable, allowing you to attain the best use of the incubator’s interior and laboratory space. The Meditech incubator is available to support hypoxic applications. Meditech Incubator comes with a drift resistant, highly-reliable Infrared (IR) Sensor, allowing for quick recovery after the door is opened. The interior is comprised of polished stainless steel with coved corners, which is highly resistant to corrosion and allows for an easy and effective cabinet wipe-down when needed. The adjustable shelves are readily configured to meet your application’s need and slide out, making samples at the back of the chamber easy to access. Our “tool-less” interior design allows you to remove the interior components for routine cleaning or to setup multiple types of cell research. The rapid Decontamination Cycle cleans the incubator overnight with the push of a button, minimizing downtime.

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