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Solutions in Precise Temperature and Humidity Control
Make the right choice and buy Darwin high quality medical cannabis drying chambers. Our chambers are routinely used for GMP studies and conform to the guidance documents. They are also NSF, food grade safe. But if you choose the lower priced vendor, it’s ok, we will be here and happy to work with you on your second time around, when the industry may require conformance!
Top selling pharmaceutical chamber in the market right now is the PH030. This unit holds a tight temperature and relative humidity control and has the longest warranty in the industry, with a 7 year warranty on the thermoelectric cooler.
New NQPlus Series incubators are heated at 37°C and perfect for winter transportation of your samples. Keep them warm and protected while you travel, with our new durable design. Battery pack option is perfect for field work or when needing heat while away from a traditional power source. We have other sizes available as well.
Darwin Chambers manufactures, installs and services environmental chambers, environmental rooms, cannabis drying rooms, laboratory incubators, and stability testing chambers. This website provides normally stocked environmental testing chambers, stability chambers used in the pharmaceutical industry, and temperature controlled incubators. You will also find stock laboratory refrigerators, cannabis drying rooms, laboratory freezers, insect growth chambers (or insect rearing chambers), freeze thaw chambers, concrete curing, seed storage, evidence storage, and thermal cycling chambers. In addition to these models, a custom reach-in chamber or walk-in environmental room can be made to your specifications.
Introduced as the first large capacity thermoelectric cooled pharmaceutical stability testing chamber. Presently in use by hundreds of pharmaceutical, cosmetic, nutraceutical, medical device, and research companies around the world.View All REACH-INS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT
Our Walk-In environmental chambers offer the ultimate in environmentally controlled storage space. Darwin Chambers offers a wide variety of configurations to meet your specifications, in addition to consulting for custom enclosures.View All
By Factory Trained Darwin Chambers Employees based in St. Louis, MO and Raleigh Durham, NC
Whether you need your environmental chambers repaired, qualified, scheduled for calibrations or preventive maintenance, Darwin Chambers is capable of ensuring your needs are met using in-house employees, not outside contractors.
Battelle National Biodefense Institute
Ohio State University
University of Florida
University of Missouri
Procter & Gamble
University of California
Johnson & Johnson
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
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