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CO2 Incubators Resource Guide

Everything you need to know about CO2 incubators

Incubators are critical instruments for growing a variety of organisms in the lab. They range from non gassed incubators, also called microbiology incubators, that primarily control temperature, to CO2 incubators or tri-gas incubators, those that control CO2 and O2 levels (using nitrogen as a third gas input), to create optimal environments for cell and tissue culture. Refrigerated options are also available for numerous other applications. 

CO2 Incubators Resource Guide

In this eBook, you’ll learn about:

  • Questions to ask when buying a CO2 incubator
  • Finding the perfect CO2 incubator for your lab’s needs
  • Incubators and shakers: navigating the used market
  • How to prevent biological contamination in your CO2 incubators
  • Comparing cooling technology in refrigerated incubators
  • Incubating shakers control temperature and RPMs over a wide range

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