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GALAXY 48 R

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Galaxy 48 R incubators feature an integrated and heated outer-door window to allow viewing your cultures without compromising the culture environment.

They are ideally suited for hypoxic applications, including in-vitro fertilization (IVF) and stem cell research, with O2 control option. The relatively compact 48L chamber substantially reduces the significant gas consumption often encountered when using larger incubators.

Features
•    Convenient benchtop size and footprint — only 48 x 47 cm [18.9” x 18.5”].
•    Integrated, heated, viewing window in outer door allows observation without disturbing cultures.
•    Seamless, fanless design.
•    RS-232 and 25mm access port.
•    Stackable.
•    Low gas consumption.
•    Perforated shelving to facilitate faster recoveries.
•    Large volume humidity pan.
•    CO2 HEPA filtration

Options
•    High-temperature disinfection.
•    O2 control (Choose 1-19%, 0.1-19%, 1-95%).
•    Two split inner glass doors.
•    Humidity alert package (display and alarm).
•    BMS management system relays.

Product GALAXY 48 R
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2 & 3 Merrington Hall Farm, Merrington, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 3QJ, UK

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