Refrigerated Incubators feature temperature range of 14-140°F.

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Offered in 2 capacities, Precision Refrigerated Incubators utilize microprocessor to control temperature to within 0.1°C. Model with 6.1 ft³ capacity fits under counters and has 3 cooling modes: high precision with or without cooling, and frost-free with variable cooling. Incubating at (or below) ambient, 20 ft³ model is suited for biochemical oxygen demand studies. Unit holds over 300 300-mL BOD bottles and sends alerts if programmed set-point temperature is over or under.


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Precision Refrigerated Incubators Offered by Terra Universal

Fullerton, CA -- Lab incubator applications requiring ambient, or below, conditions can use Precision Refrigerated Incubators, available at Laboratory-Equipment.com. These Thermo Fisher Scientific instruments come in 6.1 and 20.0 cubic feet capacities. The temperature range is 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C).

The 6.1 cubic foot model fits under counters and has three cooling modes: high precision with or without cooling, and frost-free with variable cooling. A thermostat back-up system ensures stability of high and low temperature. The 20 cubic foot incubator is well-suited for biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) studies, and incubates at (or below) ambient. It holds over 300 300-mL BOD bottles and sends alerts if the programmed set-point temperature is over or under. An access port provides connections to equipment you place inside the unit, and data is transferred to a work station via RS-232.

Temperature remains stable,and energy is conserved in these incubators with forced air circulation. Monitor the microprocessor as it controls temperature to within 0.1°C.  Doors lock for added security of your important tests. The units are insulted with CFC-free polyurethane foam.

Laboratory-Equipment.com, a Terra Universal brand, offers hundreds of top-tier laboratory instruments and supplies. Learn more about the Precision Refrigerated Incubators from Thermo Fisher Scientific by visiting Laboratory-Equipment.com.

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