New & Used Laboratory Incubator

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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Elektromag
Model: M 6040 P 120 L
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Location: Romania, Bucharest
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Digisystem Laboratory Instruments
Model: DSI-200D
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Location: Romania, Bucharest
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: VWR
Model: ShelLab 5020
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Boekel Scientific
Model: 133701
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: 3M Health Care
Model: Attest AutoReader 190
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: ThermoFisher Scientific
Model: IsoTemp Medium Standard Incubator
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Vitek Systems
Model: 513001-6
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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1989

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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Fisher
Model: Isotemp Plus
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Fisher
Model: Isotemp Plus
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: VWR
Model: SHELLAB 5010
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: VWR
Model: SHELLAB 5010
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Boekel Scientific
Model: 133001 BRACCO
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: VWR
Model: 2325
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Lab-line
Model: 266-084 Equatherm
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Incubator
Manufacturer: Lab-line
Model: 497
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Laboratory Incubator may also be referred to as :

Virology Incubator | Laboratory Incubator | Laboratory CO2 Incubator | CO2 Incubator | Bacteriology Incubator | Aerobic/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Incubator | Incubator, Aerobic
 

Tips for buying Laboratory Incubator

  1. Aerobic laboratory incubators enable the growth of microorganisms and cells that can grow in the presence of oxygen, by providing a controlled environment.
  2. Facilities should consider the following factors before purchasing an aerobic laboratory incubator: its ability to maintain the required temperature within a specific range and to maintain a constant level of CO2 ,as required by the specimens placed in it.
  3. To maintain the hydration of growth medium, humidity control is important.
  4. Visual and/or audible alarms should warn operators of any system fault that may cause unsafe or erroneous results.
  5. A safety thermostat and temperature alarm are minimum recommendations for bacteriology incubators.
  6. For better environmental control, it is preferable that aerobic laboratory incubators have an inner door. Some other optional features include water reservoirs.
  7. Rounded edges and surfaces of the Aerobic/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) incubators should be easy to clean and able to withstand bacteriostatic and fungi static cleaning agents. For greater sterility, even more extensive cleaning options are offered by laboratory incubator units with removable auto-cleavable shelves.
  8. Features such as size, method of heat conduction, type of temperature monitoring and control device, and environmental controls determine the price of general-purpose laboratory incubators.
  9. Some features, such as double door designs with a heat resistant, safety glass inner door and an outer steel door, add to the cost of the virology incubator but increase its insulation properties; heating elements of low watt density have an open-coil design that allows them to effectively heat the chamber while operating at low power, extending the useful life of the elements and increasing the energy efficiency of the Aerobic/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) incubator unit.
  10. Some laboratory incubators have brackets and removable shelves to accommodate containers of different sizes.
  11. Several metals used in wall construction also diminish the spread of contaminants; seamless stainless steel wall construction allows for easy cleaning and inhibits corrosion of the bacteriology incubator
  12. Some laboratory incubators have a vertical design, which provides sufficient chamber volume without occupying much space. In equipment-crowded facilities, this may be an important factor.
  13. Users can stack smaller laboratory incubator models to save floor space. Smaller bacteriology incubator models also enable laboratories to use separate incubators.
  14. Multiple laboratory incubator units can be combined into one virology incubator in multi-chamber models. Chambers are sealed and completely separated from each other and have independent controls.
  15. Different cultures and temperatures are provided by separate Aerobic/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) incubator units.
  16. Before purchasing a virology incubator, facilities should consider which sensor best suits the laboratory workflow, as well as the source of gas and monitoring capabilities in the laboratory. Thermo conductivity sensors measure temperature changes while remaining sensitive to changes in humidity. Infrared sensors are more expensive but are also more effective for maintaining internal conditions with frequent door openings.
  17. Some additional considerations include: the temperature ranges, relative humidity, and concentration of CO2 desired. To eliminate bacteria and spore growth, some Aerobic/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) incubator models provide superheating self-decontamination procedures.
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