General protocol environmental test chambers are used in routine drug stability testing, product shelf testing and drying sensitive materials. Select models provide independent heating and nitrogen purging.
Growth chambers simulate controlled climate conditions in environmental testing and plant growth applications. Various capacity sizes are available with a humidity feature on select models.
Humidity test chambers provide uniform temperature and humidity conditions ideal for shelf testing in clinical applications. Water management source are available on select models.
Refrigerated test chambers have a temperature range from -10°C to 50°C. The Precision Plant Growth Chamber by Thermo Fisher Scientific has a 17.8 cu. ft. capacity and a dual-temperature lighting for uniform illumination.
Vacuum ovens by Thermo Fisher Scientific and other leading manufacturers are available in analog and digital models ideal in pharma, food, desiccation and process control applications.
Removes surface-deposited particles from personnel with class 100 HEPA filtered air prior. Uniform pattern of nozzles arranged on walls and ceiling ensures effective distribution of filtered air; contaminated air exhausted through wall-mounted vents. Programmable, solid-state microprocessor panel controls access door.
An environmental simulation chamber is suitable for complex temperature profiles in the range of -40 °C or -70 °C to 180 °C. Dynamic climate chambers not only make material testing in this temperature range possible, but can also regulate humidity in the range of 10 % to 98 % RH.
Environmental test chambers perform stability and product testing of materials. Select models feature a horizontal laminar airflow that deliver a precise, elevated temperature environment
Plant growth chambers, designed for use in seed germination and plant growth applications, provide homogeneous light distribution with natural illumination