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Superior environmental control for a variety of applications, proven to exceed ICH/FDA stability requirements.
Custom chambers of all types and sizes with all the latest technology.
Insect Rearing Rooms
For studies involving drosophila melanogaster, lepidoptera, coleoptera, mosquitos and other diptera.
Efficient environmental controls for a variety of applications.
Archival Storage Rooms
Maximum value, efficiency and conformance for storing records.
Incubator / Warm Rooms
Reliable, efficient environmental controls for a variety of applications.
Designed for performance specifications exceeding FDA and ICH requirements.
The top choice for many researchers.
Built for tight uniformity and precise temperature control.
Insect Rearing Low Temp Chambers/Drosophila Incubators
Engineered for the unique challenges in insect rearing, but perfect for many uses.
Top sellers that are quiet, easy to clean, and highly reliable — ideal for the lab.
Select from two lines of heated and cooled incubators: the DB series and the TE series.
The HT series incubators/ovens utilize heat to maintain temperature from as low as 5ºC above ambient conditions to 50ºC. If your set point is within this range, you should look at the models below for maximum efficiency and cost. Running the models below will save you up to 80% in electricity costs vs. a compressor unit from competitors. Additionally, parts are easily replaced since there is no compressor – should you need repairs past the warranty period.
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The HT series was introduced in 2003 as the first commercially manufactured large capacity heated incubator/ovens. The HT series incubators are presently in use by research companies around the world. The advantages of these incubators are described below.
This superior heated incubator/oven does not employ cooling to maintain temperature. Without cooling components, the HT series is the most efficient and reliable series we sell.
The unit uses roughly 1/4 the electricity of our compressor driven models and roughly 1/8 the electricity of some of our competitor's
Standard controllers for the HT series are manufactured by Fuji Electric and are ideal for heated incubators. Unlike many proprietary controllers, this controller is commercially available and proven in tens of thousands of installations. Standard functions include: autotuning, fuzzy logic, PID control, programmable alarms, calibration capability, ramp/soak, offset capability, etc. A touchscreen control interface is optional. Other controller manufacturers are also supported (Watlow, Allen Bradley etc.)
We offer 24 hour technical support throughout the lifetime of your chamber. In addition to our standard warranties, we also offer extended warranties for cooling components, parts and labor. We also provide qualifications, validations and preventive maintenance services at an additional cost.
Standard model features powder-coated, galvanized steel door, front, and sides. Interior has 304 stainless steel on door liner, top, bottom, back and sides.
2" I.D access port with access port cover and insulation plug located on side wall of the chamber.
Racking available to stack units.
Positive magnetic seal, reversible.
Entire cabinet structure and doors insulated using 2" urethane foam.
2 stainless steel wire shelves included. Shelves capable of supporting up to 150 lbs of evenly distributed weight.
Full height shelf support pilasters, with double oblong holes on 1/2" centers. Pilasters made of stainless steel. Four, stainless steel shelf clips to be included for each shelf.
Unit completely pre-wired at factory, and ready for final connection to a 115/60/1 phase – 15 amp dedicated (recommended) outlet. Chambers equipped with 9ft cord with NEMA 5-15P plug.
A sole use circuit is recommended.
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