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Air Jacketed CO2 Incubator LMAC-A105


Air-Jacketed CO2 Incubator LMAC-A105 is designed with outstanding temperature stability. Provided with heat decontamination function and optional UV disinfection. Equipped with colored touch screen controller for displaying temperature, humidity, CO2 concentration for convenience of the user. The forced convection mode unit's heating feature prevents condensation on the exterior door.

Specifications :
Chamber Volume 40 L
Shelves 2
Heating Method Air-jacketed
Temperature Range RT + 5 ⁰C to 50 ⁰C
Temperature Resolution 0.1 ⁰C
Temperature Fluctuation 0.1 ⁰C
Temperature Gradient ≤ ± 0.5 ⁰C
Temperature Uniformity ± 0.3 ⁰C
CO2 Range (0 to20) % V/V
CO2 Sensor IR sensor
CO2 Control Resolution ± 0.1 %
CO2 Deviation ≤ ± 0.3 %V/V
Humidity Method Natural vaporization > 95%
Electrical Requirement AC 220 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption 400 W
Interior Dimension (W× H ×D) 400 × 350 × 286 mm
Exterior dimension (W× H×D) 590 × 576 × 440 mm
Features :
  • -  Air jacketed CO2 Incubator
  • -  Data recorder with alarm features and a dry contact alarm, humidity sensor with a water top-up alarm
  • -  ISO Class 5 chamber with an air renewal system
  • -  Sterilizing capacity of 99.99% with 80°C heat on cells
  • -  90°C hot-and-humid sterilisation system with a high temperature
  • -  Enhanced with Forced convection mode
  • -  Heating function to prevent condensation on outer door
  • -  Independent temperature-limiting protection system
  • -  Provided with CO2 pressure-relief valve with 2-stage control and stable pressure
  • -  Coloured touch screen displays temperature, humidity, CO2 concentration curves for the convenience of the user
  • -  Optional HEPA filtration system according to user requirements
Optional Accessories :

CO2 pressure releasing valve

RS485 connector

Applications :

Air jacketed CO2 incubators have a wide range of applications across industries like tissue engineering, in vitro fertilization, neuroscience, cancer research, stem cell research, regenerative medicine, mammalian cell research.