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Constant-Temperature Incubator

Constant-Temperature Incubator

 The constant-temperature incubator is designed to provide a stable and controlled environment for medical samples, ensuring accurate and reliable results. With its LCD display and microcomputer temperature controller, users can easily monitor and set the desired temperature with precision. The double door design and magnetic door sealing help maintain the internal temperature and prevent any temperature fluctuations during sample handling. Equipped with safety functions such as over temperature protection and temperature sensor malfunction alarm, this incubator provides a secure and worry-free environment for medical samples.

  • Applications

    1. Cell Culture: Constant-temperature incubators provide a stable environment for growing and maintaining cell cultures. Cells require precise temperature control to ensure optimal growth conditions, and these incubators offer the necessary stability to support cell culture experiments, tissue engineering, and drug development research.

    2. Microbiology: In microbiology, constant-temperature incubators are used for culturing bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms. These incubators provide a controlled environment with consistent temperature and humidity levels, allowing researchers to study the growth characteristics, metabolism, and pathogenicity of microorganisms.

    3. Clinical Diagnostics: Constant-temperature incubators are utilized in clinical laboratories for various diagnostic procedures, such as incubating cultures for microbial identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing. These incubators ensure that samples are maintained at the required temperature for accurate and reliable test results.

    4. Enzyme Reactions: Enzyme kinetics studies often require precise temperature control to monitor the rate of enzymatic reactions. Constant-temperature incubators provide a stable environment for conducting enzyme assays and biochemical experiments, allowing researchers to study enzyme activity under controlled conditions.

    5. PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction): PCR is a fundamental technique used in molecular biology for amplifying DNA sequences. Thermal cyclers, which are a type of constant-temperature incubator, are essential for performing PCR reactions by cycling through different temperature stages (denaturation, annealing, and extension). These instruments allow for the precise control of temperature and cycling times required for PCR amplification.

    6. Hematology: In hematology laboratories, constant-temperature incubators are used for incubating blood samples for various tests, such as blood typing, cross-matching, and antibody screening. These incubators ensure that blood samples are maintained at the optimal temperature to prevent clotting and maintain sample integrity.

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