The incubator is a temperature controlled, chamber device for incubating microorganisms, plants and animal cells, some has a two-way temperature regulation system for cooling and heating, and a foam plastic such as polyurethane is used as the heat insulating material inside. The inner material is stainless steel, which has strong corrosion resistance. Incubator has heating, cooling and automatic temperature control functions. It can sensitively adjust the temperature inside the chamber.
The temperature range of the biochemical incubator is generally 5 to 50°C, and is used for special thermostats for BOD measurement, bacteria, mold, microbial culture, preservation, plant cultivation, and breeding experiments, with cooling function.
The heating incubator, compared to the biochemical incubator, does not have a cooling function and can only do heating.
Constant Temperature & Humidity Chamber
The constant temperature and humidity test chamber can accurately simulate various complex natural environments such as low temperature, high temperature, high temperature and high humidity, low temperature and low humidity.
The constant temperature shaker has a stainless steel clamp that can hold flasks of different capacities, mix the sample by shaking, and incubate at a certain temperature. It is a device that combines constant temperature incubator with oscillator.
A carbon dioxide incubator (CO2 incubator) is a device that provides a certain concentration of carbon dioxide in a tank and maintains a certain temperature to simulate a cell growth environment.
This is a device for bacterial culture in an anaerobic environment that provides a tight anaerobic condition and a constant temperature to prevent the sample from dying during operation due to exposure to oxygen.