Laboratory Incubators to Grow and Maintain Microbiological/Cell Cultures

LWS 30 Liter Incubator

LW Scientific USA Incubators

Laboratory Incubators to Grow and Maintain Microbiological/Cell Cultures

An incubator is a laboratory equipment which its chamber can be set to different atmospheric conditions such as temperature, humidity, oxygen, carbon dioxide or etc. to maintain or grow microbiological cultures or cell cultures. Incubators are essential equipment for a lot of experimental work in cell biology, microbiology, molecular biology. LW Scientific, a leader in manufacturing laboratory equipment with the most advanced technology today has now revealed the all new LWS USA Incubators that are totally designed, engineered and assembled in Atlanta, GA, United States. The new LWS USA line of incubators are designed to perfectly fit to various applications such as cultures, egg incubation, test kits, fluid bag warming, and other microbiological uses in pediatric, physician, and hospital labs. They provide  better temperature stability and accuracy with the digital PID microprocessor controls. The temperature can be set up to 65*C/150*F, and the convection heat provides excellent heat distribution and uniformity. The LED temperature display shows constant temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit, and the aluminum and stainless steel components are corrosion resistant and easy to clean. The new LW Scientific USA Incubators are available in 10, 20 and 30 liter sizes to accommodate any size of laboratory incubation applications and come with 1 year manufacturer’s warranty. Find LW Scientific USA Incubators, here

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