Solvent removal is a quintessential part of any day-to-day lab procedure. Rotary evaporation is the most preferred solvent removal method in chemical, medical, biological, chemical engineering and other industries with its rapid speed and ability to process large volumes.
Being Instruments values and continuously strives to develop top of the line lab equipment for your facility’s specific separation, cleaning, or concentration needs by providing versatile and reliable rotary evaporators that provide precise temperatures and meet the most demanding operating conditions.
Shaking incubators are often used for cell culturing, cell aeration, and solubility studies. Eliminating the need of placing a separate shaker inside an incubator, the instruments incorporate oxygen and evenly distribute nutrients throughout the culture media. In addition to offering stable temperature conditions, the shaking incubators use an orbital agitation at variable speeds to affect the growth of cell cultures.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) incubators are mainstays in traditional biology labs engaging in cell or tissue culture. Incubators provide a stable environment designed to mimic a cell’s natural environment: pH of 7.2 to 7.5, temperature of 37°C, and a relative humidity of about 95 percent. The CO2 concentration, about 5 percent, is controlled to match physiologic conditions and to maintain a constant pH. These incubators are used wherever cells must be maintained, expanded, or cultured over periods ranging from a few hours to many weeks.