Laboratory Equipment Resources

  1. Constant Temperature Lab Equipment and Thermoelectric Technology

    Constant Temperature Lab Equipment and Thermoelectric Technology

    Thermoelectric Incubator solutions to reduce your lab’s carbon footprint Using new technology can improve your testing process while reducing your energy usage   Using thermoelectric incubators can reduce your overall energy usage while providing excellent incubator performance. Lab equipment and energy efficiency are often a contradiction in terms and technology. Thermoelectric Incubators from SHEL LAB bring energy saving to the forefront. When you consider reducing energy usage by 75% over traditional compressor based incubators, this product family is a wise choice in today’s laboratory environment. The most common method of powering low temperature incubators has been with compressor-based refrigeration incubators.
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  2. Incubator Selection Tailored To Lab Requirements

    Incubator Selection Tailored To Lab Requirements

    Perhaps no where better than in a laboratory does the old axiom apply that the better tool you have, the better job you can perform. And the better the results will be. Laboratory equipment, particularly controlled temperature equipment, must help ensure that the environment in which specimens or cell cultures are being studied is safe and contaminant-free, and that, above all, study results are reliable.
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  3. Eliminating Contamination in CO2 Incubators Through Effective Cleaning

    Eliminating Contamination in CO2 Incubators Through Effective Cleaning

    In the ideal laboratory setting, transferring cell growth samples in and out of incubators would be done without concern about contamination and its potential effect on samples. But until environmental control equipment creates this perfect environment, monitoring contamination and ensuring a clean test environment is critical. There are two ways to accomplish this: 1) select an incubator, preferably a CO2 incubator, that has design features that will help to keep contamination at an almost nonexistent level; and 2) follow a cleaning procedure that is thorough and performed on a regular basis.
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