Compounding Aseptic Isolators are also referred to as CAI. These units are designed to maintain an aseptic compounding environment to insure complete sterility of the product. This aseptic environment is maintained throughout the compounding and material transfer processes.
The TissueLyser II simultaneously disrupts multiple biological samples through high-speed shaking in plastic tubes with stainless steel, tungsten carbide, or glass beads. Using the appropriate adapter set, up to 48 or 192 samples can be processed at the same time. Alternatively, a grinding jar set can be used to process large samples.
The ANKOM Dietary Fiber Analyzer creates a new standard for nutritional labeling, quality control, and research. By automating one of the most tedious analytical methods, the ANKOM analyzer reduces labor and per sample costs, while increasing accuracy and precision. An advanced computer controlled multichannel pump automates the addition of chemical solutions, enzymes, and rinses. Temperatures and agitation levels are controlled throughout the process, eliminating the need for multiple water baths and freeing up precious lab counter space.
This glovebox uses a touch panel control system to regulate a controlled inert atmosphere within the box. The glovebox is used to work with any chemical or material that is sensitive to oxygen and/or moisture.
The Whitley Workstation DG250 is the most compact and flexible anaerobic chamber available. The following are key features and benefits of the Whitley Workstation DG250 .
Whitley's cabinets are made of rigid polycarbonate shell provides for excellent visibility to contents inside cabinet. The rigid design allows for a controlled level of positive pressure by means of an independent diaphragm pressure switch.
Unique 'rapid lock' manually-operated portholes allow both access for the operator's arms and the transfer of up to 20 x 90mm Petri dishes.