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Drying Oven/Incubator

Drying Oven/Incubator

Introducing our Drying Oven/Incubator designed specifically for medical applications. The inner bladder is made of mirror stainless steel, with four rounded corners making it easy to clean. The space between shelves is adjustable, allowing for flexible storage of medical supplies. The microcomputer-based smart controller enables high precision temperature control, with protection against excessive temperature, sensor failure, creepage, and over-current. Additionally, it features sound and light alarming, as well as a timing function for added convenience. Trust in our Drying Oven/Incubator to provide reliable and precise temperature control for all your medical needs.
  • Applications

    1. Sterilization: Drying ovens are used to sterilize equipment and materials such as glassware, surgical instruments, and laboratory tools. By subjecting them to high temperatures, typically above 100°C, microbes, bacteria, and other pathogens are effectively eliminated, ensuring that the equipment is safe for medical procedures.

    2. Culture Incubation: Incubators provide a controlled environment for the cultivation and growth of microorganisms, cell cultures, and tissues. In medical research, incubators are used extensively to culture bacteria, viruses, fungi, and cells for various purposes, including studying disease mechanisms, drug development, and testing antimicrobial agents.

    3. Slide Drying: In pathology labs, after staining, slides need to be dried thoroughly to preserve the sample and facilitate microscopic examination. Drying ovens are used to remove excess moisture from these slides quickly and efficiently, ensuring accurate analysis and diagnosis.

    4. Dehydration of Specimens: Drying ovens are utilized to dehydrate biological specimens such as tissues and organs for histological analysis. Dehydration is a critical step in the tissue processing workflow, where water is replaced with a suitable embedding medium to prepare samples for sectioning and staining.

    5. Drug Stability Testing: Pharmaceutical companies use drying ovens and incubators for stability testing of drugs and formulations. These devices provide controlled conditions, including temperature and humidity, to assess the stability of pharmaceutical products over time, helping ensure their efficacy and safety throughout their shelf life.

    6. DNA and RNA Hybridization: Incubators are employed in molecular biology techniques such as DNA and RNA hybridization. They provide optimal conditions for the annealing of complementary nucleic acid strands, facilitating processes like Southern and Northern blotting, in situ hybridization, and polymerase chain reaction (PCR).

    7. Enzyme Reactions: Enzyme kinetics studies often require precise control of temperature and incubation time. Incubators provide a stable environment for conducting enzyme reactions, allowing researchers to investigate enzyme properties, kinetics, and mechanisms, which are essential for drug discovery and understanding biochemical pathways.

    8. Cell Culture: Incubators are indispensable for cell culture work in biomedical research and clinical laboratories. They provide a controlled environment with the necessary conditions for cell growth, including temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels. Cell culture is fundamental for studying cell biology, disease mechanisms, drug screening, and tissue engineering applications.

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