Heated laboratory incubator B 9130
for cell culturesfloor-standingstainless steel

heated laboratory incubator
heated laboratory incubator
heated laboratory incubator
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for cell cultures
Other characteristics
stainless steel, heated
Temperature range

Min.: 5 °C (41 °F)

Max.: 9.99 °C (49.98 °F)


130 l (34.3 gal)


Outside dimensions: W = 680 mm D = 675 mm H = 750 mm Inside dimensions: W = 540 mm D = 455 mm H = 555 mm Capacity: 130 l Temperature range: 5°C (above environ. temp.) to 99,9°C Housing Galvanised steel sheet, epoxy-resin-coated, RAL. 7035. Interior space Made of high grade stainless steel. Cleaning friendly by rounded corners, slippery surface in the interior, meets highest hygiene requirements Door Double-walled insulation door, hinged on the right-hand side. (left hinged version possible with surcharge) Magnetic, all-round sealing strip, resistant to laboratory cleaning agents. Additionally equipped with an inner glass door. FAN Fan speed adjustable in 10 steps. When heating up, settings lower than 6 will be ignored. The fan stops about 30 seconds after opening the door. The speed of the fan will reduced, or even stopped if operating at a temperature close to the ambient temperature. Interior fittings Standard: 4 pcs. stainless steel wire shelves (max. 16 pcs.) Max. load per shelf: 20 kg in case of constant distribution – total load: 70 kg Shelf dimension: W = 534 mm, D = 325 mm Optional: perforated stainless steel shelves Control and instrument panel In the door arranged with all control units, temperature controller with digital display Standby Preferred way to shut down the chamber. Keeps the real time clock running. Turns off heaters, fan and display. Temperature working range: 5°C above ambient temperature up to 99,9°C Temperature accuracy: time: +/-0,2°C, spatial: +/- 1,5°C


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