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NuAire Laboratory CO2 Incubators are available as a direct heat (air jacket) or water jacket configuration. They deliver a higher level of performance for a dependable and reliable controlled in-vitro environment for optimum tissue cell culture growth by properly controlling temperature, humidity, CO2 gas, and sterility. The chamber also provides an environment for the storage and preservation of gametes and animal tissue cell cultures at near body temperature. Advanced gas control systems area available to create precise environmental conditions for your protocols requiring hypoxic conditions.
Choose a NuAire Direct Heat or Water Jacketed CO2 incubator to avoid cell desiccation and contamination to maintain healthy cell lines.
The In-VitroCell ES NU-5800 provides the basic functionality to promote tissue cell growth by controlling Temperature and CO2 gas levels in the growth chamber. A relative humidity of 90% is produce through convention by a water pan. The Closed Loop HEPA Filtration System creates ISO Class 5 Clean-room like conditions to minimize potential contamination entering the growth chamber.Learn More
The In-VitroCell ES (Energy Saver) NU-5810 Microbiological CO2 Incubator features a 145°C dry sterilization cycle and 95°C humidified decontamination cycle as an added defensive against incubator contamination providing an optimal controlled environment for cell growth.Learn More
The In-VitroCell ES NU-5820 Microbiological CO2 Incubator features relative humidity (RH) control for cell lines prone to desiccation by utilizing a sensor that measures humidity in the chamber and injects 99.99% HEPA filtered vapor into the growth chamber to maintain setpoint.Learn More
The In-VitroCell ES NU-5831 Direct Heat Hypoxic CO2 Incubator can lower oxygen levels in the growth chamber down to 0.5% accurate with in ±0.25% through the use of a Zirconia Ceramic O2 Sensor.Learn More
The In-VitroCell ES NU-5841 provides an easy method to monitor and control humidity and oxygen levels in the chamber for hypoxic stress studies, stem cell culture, carcinogenic tumors, toxicity, and more.Learn More