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Water Jacketed CO₂ Incubator NWCI-103

Water Jacketed CO₂ Incubator NWCI-103

Water Jacketed CO₂ Incubator NWCI-103

Water Jacketed CO₂ Incubator NWCI-103 is a microprocessor-controlled unit that offers an interior volume of 185 liters for efficient storage. Its PT1000 sensor maintains temperatures from 5°C above ambient to 55°C with precision. Utilizes a HEPA filter system to disinfect chamber air every 60 seconds. Equipped with IR sensors, ensuring accurate CO₂ level control for optimal conditions. Maintains uniform temperature and CO₂ levels throughout the chamber.

Specifications

Chamber volume 185 L/6. 5cu.ft
CO2 Control System Microprocessor
CO2 Range 0 to 20%
CO2 Inlet Pressure 0.1MPa
CO2 Sensor Thermal conductivity/Infrared
CO2 Stability ± 0.1%
Temperature Control System Microprocessor
Temperature Sensor PT1000
Temperature Range 5℃ above ambient temperature to 55℃
Temperature Uniformity ± 0.2°C
Temperature Stability ± 0.1°C
Water Jacket Volume 43.5L/1. 54cu.ft.
Heating Method Water Jacket
Water Reservoir Volume 3 L
Shelf Standard 3
Shelf Maximum 11
Air Filter 0.3um
Air Filter Efficiency 99.998% (for CO2)
Filters HEPA filter system
Humidifying System Humidity pan
Sensor Standard
Relative Humidity ≥ 95%
Display LED
Shelf Material Type 304, mirror finish, stainless steel
Interior Material Type 304, mirror finish stainless steel
Exterior Material Cold-rolled steel, powder-coated
Inner Door One inner door (standard)
Access Port Standard
Alarm System Power interruption
High/low temperature
Deviation of CO₂
RH
Door ajar
Independent overheat protection
Data Output RS232
Power Consumption 430 W
Power Supply 220V-110V /50-60Hz
Shelf Dimensions (W × D) 466 × 440 mm
Internal Dimensions (W × D × H) 544 × 504 × 681mm
External Dimensions (W × D × H) 655 × 656 × 1030 mm
Weight 110 kg

Features

Applications

Water-jacketed CO₂ incubators are essential for precise environmental control in research, supporting applications like cell culture and drug discovery.

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