Inheco Single Plate Incubator
Excellent heating and protection for your cell culturesIncrease your throughput of automated cell culture incubations, without taking valuable deck space. The Inheco single plate incubator is small, flexible and fast to reach operating temperature.
Incubators provide protected heated environments where your cell samples can grow in optimal conditions, protected from light and contaminants.
The Inheco incubator sits off deck or beside your deck, to save you space. It is adjusted with its own internal controller, enabling on deck automated applications. Its automatically opening and closing door move out the sample plate, enabling on deck automated applications even when only this part projects into the working area of the liquid handling platform.
FAST AND ACCURATE
The Inheco Single Plate Incubator reaches its operating temperature in just 10 minutes. To provide you with highly accurate assays, our incubator operates up to a maximum temperature of 80 °C with a temperature accuracy of 0.3 K and a homogeneity of 0.5 K.
Choose between versions for microplates: heated from bottom only and suitable for plates with lids, and deep well: heated from all sides to avoid condensation, suitable for vials and reservoirs. For even more flexibility, stack two or more versions together. All in just 149 mm x 268 mm of workstation space. Position wherever works best for your set-up – you can place your incubator in different orientations for easier plate insertion and removal, and complete pipetting without removing the plates from the drawer.
EASY TO INTEGRATE
API available, and already integrated with major liquid handling systems. For stacked devices, devices are individually & independently controlled (master-slave principle).
RELIABLE AND SUPPORTED
Every Inheco device is designed, engineered and made in Germany and undergoes rigorous quality control before delivery. It comes with a global two-year warranty and full customer service including remote support, diagnostic and servicing options that focusses on minimizing operational downtime.
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