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Cooled Incubator Range Offers Accuracy and Space-efficiency

Aug 15 2019 Read 196 Times

LTE Scientific’s IC range of Cooled Incubators combine contemporary design with solid, reliable performance. 

All models use refrigerants R290 and R600a which have a Global Warming Potential (GWP) of just 3. This combined with lower energy consumption will help lower running costs and reduce your carbon footprint.

Accurate temperature performance and space-efficient storage capacities are key features of the IC range. All IC Cooled Incubators incorporate a quiet and effective fan circulation system which distributes the air evenly throughout the chamber and are designed to operate between +2ºC and +50ºC.

4 sizes are available, all models can be supplied with either a white epoxy coated or stainless steel exterior finish with either double-glazed glass doors. Interiors are high impact-resistant and durable ABS. 

A major feature of the benchtop/underbench IC200 model is its impressive usable chamber capacity of 92-litres, which makes it one of the largest under-bench cooled incubators. The IC400 has an impressive 294-litre capacity yet it only takes up 595mm x 640mm floor area.

IC Cooled Incubators are controlled via an electronic PID controller providing close temperature control and variation throughout the chambers. For added safety, over-temperature protection is provided via a class 2 limiter.

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