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Hypoxia Chamber for Cell Culture

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- Small size and volume - Saves gas!
- Optimized for gas efficiency
- No complicated "flushing" procedures
- Fast recovery time
- Four standard sizes
- Hypoxia Chamber w/built in humidity pan
- Magnetically sealed door - no latches
- Fully disassembles for easy cleaning and decontamination
- Rugged construction provides years of maintenance free service

PROVIDES CONTROLLED ISOLATED ENVIRONMENTS FOR YOUR INCUBATOR
Our C-Chamber Hypoxia Chamber Series are designed to fit right inside your existing incubator. They provide practical, controlled, and isolated atmospheres for cell cultures. These space efficient hypoxia chambers can be integrated with our sophisticated controllers to create dedicated culture chambers within the incubator for advanced cell culture protocols. Cells within the C-Chamber are isolated from the external environment, dramatically reducing the risk of contamination. They may also be used for protected, uninterrupted transport for cells.

CREATE ANY PROFILE
The C-Chamber atmospheres can easily be regulated by any of our gas controllers.; the ProOx P110 for oxygen; ProCO2 P120 for carbon dioxide; and the OxyCycler gas profilers for oxygen, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitric oxide and other gasotransmitters. Temperature is controlled by the host incubator.

QUICK RECOVERY TIMES
Because of their economical size and the fact that they do not require complicated flushing procedures, C-Chambers are extremely efficient in gas use. They reach set point quickly and use a minimum amount of gas. Recovery time is remarkably fast.

FOUR SIZES PROVIDES OPTIMAL GAS EFFICIENCY
The Hypoxia Chamber comes in four sizes to accommodate as many or as few plates as are called for in the hypoxic/hyperoxic programmed environments. They also make it possible to save gas when it is not necessary to use the entire incubator for your experiment. Overall the chambers will lower gas consumption and make your incubator more efficient.

SAVE GAS
Extreme oxygen levels consume large amounts of gas in a full incubator or glovebox chamber. The hypoxia chamber has a space-efficient design allows you to culture as few or as many plates as you require in precise hypoxia/hyperoxia conditions with minimal gas usage.

EASY TO CLEAN
Chamber trays, water pan, guides and hardware are all made of 300 Series Stainless steel. The chamber is made of clear Lexan plastic and the door seal is magnetic. Fully disassembles for easy cleaning and decontamination.

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