What Is Your CO2 Incubator Telling You?
An incubator is a device used to provide the ideal environment for microbiological cultures and cells to thrive. Therefore, incubators are no mystery to the life science industry–research design and lab manufacturing often rely on the ability to grow and maintain these valuable scientific assets. They require the perfect synergy between conditions such as temperature, humidity and CO2/O2 concentrations, each of which can greatly affect the cells if not monitored carefully.
Download this whitepaper to learn more about:
- Monitoring physiological pH
- The three types of incubator monitoring
- The level of data and visibility your incubator provides