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Scientific Industries SI-1400 Incubator Genie

Allows to heat, rotate, rock, and shake all in one compact unit. The incubator is best for applications such as Gel & Blot staining, Cell or Bacterial Culture, as well as any application that requires mixing, washing, rocking, and temperature control of a sample. Our unique air circulation system gently and continuously guarantees temperature consistency throughout the entire chamber and mixing process. The unit is compatible with an extensive accessory line-up. Supplied with magnetic platform; one clip plate each for 10–13 mm, 15–17 mm, 28–30 mm tubes; four bag mounting strips; nonskid tray; stackable wire rack.

Schuett Biotec INCUDRIVE 90 Roller bottle incubator for rolling up to 90 bottles

Roller bottle incubator for rolling up to 90 bottles

  • selfcontained incubator/roller for 90 bottles
  • energy savings
  • mobile, built on castors
  • limits cross-contamination
  • warm-up period max. 2 hours
  • CO2-version (optional)

Nuaire NU-5820E In-VitroCell Direct Heat CO2 Incubator

In-VitroCell NU-5820 Direct Heat CO2 Incubator


  The In-VitroCell CO2 Incubator model NU-5820 features humidity control through a relative humidity (RH) sensor and a water reservoir to minimize cell desiccation. The RH sensor monitors humidity levels in the growth chamber. When humidity is needed to maintain, setpoint vapor is injected into the chamber from the water reservoir. In addition, model NU-5820 comes standard with a 200-liter capacity, dual decontamination cycles, and a dual wave single source infrared (IR) sensor. In-VitroCell NU-5820 creates optimal cell growth conditions and is the perfect solution for cell lines prone to desiccation.

A laboratory incubator is a heated, insulated box used to grow and maintain microbiological or cell cultures. The lab incubator maintains optimal temperature, humidity and gaseous content of the atmosphere inside. Many laboratory incubators include a programmable timer which may be set to cycle through different temperatures and humidity levels. The lab incubators vary in size from table-top units to large systems the size of a cupboard.

There are many different types of lab incubators, including dry bath incubators with single or dual blocks, biological oxygen demand (BOD) units ideal for insect or plant studies, shaking incubators, hybridization ovens, bioreactors, and a wide variety of laboratory test chambers.