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What is the purpose of the incubator and how to choose?

What is the purpose of the incubator and how to choose?

Nov 24, 2021
A laboratory incubator is a heated, insulated box that provides a controlled, pollution-free environment that enables researchers to safely handle cells, tissues, and other biological cultures. The incubator maintains the optimal temperature, humidity and gas content of the internal atmosphere. Many incubators include a programmable timer that can be set to cycle between different temperature and humidity levels. Incubators vary in size, from desktop units to large systems the size of cabinets.

The purpose of the laboratory incubator is to provide a controlled and pollution-free environment for the safe and reliable work of cell and tissue cultures by adjusting the conditions of temperature, humidity and CO2.
Laboratory incubators are essential for the growth and storage of bacterial culture, cell and tissue culture, biochemical and hematological research, pharmaceutical work, and food analysis.

Experts suggest that even before buying a laboratory incubator, you should first consider its use and location. XCH Biomedical has biochemical incubators, which are widely used in scientific research and production departments such as environmental protection, sanitation and epidemic prevention, agricultural, livestock and aquatic products, drug testing, cell culture, etc.; bacterial incubators, mainly mold incubators. The mold incubator is a special constant temperature equipment for BOD detection of water body analysis, mold and other microorganism cultivation, and is widely used in research institutions for sanitation and epidemic prevention, agriculture, animal husbandry and aquatic products. In addition, we also have industrial incubators, heating incubators for scientific research and industrial production such as medical and health, pharmaceutical industry, biochemistry and agricultural sciences for bacterial cultivation, fermentation and constant temperature testing.

Therefore, instead of buying an incubator and then trying to adapt it to your process or needs, it is better to reverse the process. Not only does this make sense to ensure proper performance; it can help you choose the model that best meets your needs.

Even the most obvious considerations are often overlooked. These include physical size and internal capacity-or other ways of stating "Does it fit where I want to put it?" and "How many samples will I incubate at any given time?" Another question that needs to be answered is "What is needed? What is the range of temperature, CO 2 and relative humidity?"

If performing a relative humidity test, other considerations include the availability of proximity to an appropriate electrical outlet and water source. In this case, there should be a drainage pipe nearby.

Useful features are the auxiliary glass door, which allows you to open the main door and view the contents without destroying the internal temperature, and the internal power socket for powering the vibrator and blender.

If you want to inquire about any of THCHAMBER's laboratory incubators, please contact a member of our team immediately. We look forward to helping you.

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