CO2 Incubator with Built-in Roller for Successful Cell Experiments
Feb 14 2021
The high quality CO2 Incubator developed and produced by Wiggens is ideal for the cultivation of animal cells, sperm/ovum, anaerobic cells, all sorts of microbe cells, hatching/germinating and special tissues.
The system combines fast heat up, fast-recovery and stable control within a compact design. Electrical heating wire is covered on all sides of chamber as warm air from the heating wire is preserved in the space between chamber and insulation. All of these design features makes for stable uniformity and provides fast heat-up time and temperature recovery. The insulated dry wall does not require regular maintenance. The bottom heater warms the water tray and provides the humidification, whilst a circulation fan delivers the moisture formed from the water in entire chamber. Heating by the front door and frame prevent condensation in the chamber and on the glass door.
The Celrol Elite roller apparatus is designed for use in the production of various attachment cells. The units are available in 5 bottle positions up to 88 bottle positions. It can be easily placed in the Wiggens CO2 incubator.
The Wiggens Roller apparatus allows users to grow cell attachments from standard plastic bottles at a convenient scale. The advantage of roller culture is that it can increase the surface area of the cell, and the gentle rotation is beneficial to cell growth. As the flask rotates, the cells leave the medium for a period of time and are suspended in the air, increasing the exchange of gas and facilitating cell growth.
For vaccine production or when high production is required, Celrol Elite can be used to add additional layers (up to 11) to place additional bottles as needed. It can be added to any type of bottle rolling machine. With a battery backup system and SMS alarm, it can connect the printer to directly output reports. A standard cell culture bottle of 108-121 mm in diameter and 550 mm in length can be placed in the Celrol Elite.
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