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Groundbreaking New Incubator Technology Allows for Temperature Control at Ambient Conditions (20 to 25C)
Date:4/23/2013

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) April 23, 2013

Since most incubators only heat, incubating at ambient temperatures of 20 to 25 C has always been challenging. Researchers have been known to use costly methods to maintain precise ambient conditions. There is another option, however. Peltier-controlled incubating refrigerators will not only heat and cool, but they will maintain precise ambient conditions. These table-top devices are much less expensive than traditional chilling incubators. They range in price from just under $1,000 up to several thousand. Perhaps the most popular and least expensive of the Peltier incubators is the Revolutionary Science Incufridge. It works well for many applications, but its conservative capacity of 25 liters has its limitations. Recently, Revolutionary Science announced that they have expanded their Incufridge line, to include larger and more sophisticated models.

Recently, the Institute of Food at ETH Zurich in Switzerland published a finding that shows reactive oxygen species are responsible for beta-glucan degradation. In the study they used a Revolutionary Science Incufridge to incubate all samples, set at 20 degrees C, a difficult temperature to maintain with most incubators. Most incubators are only equipped with a heating mechanism. For this reason the lowest temperature most incubators can obtain is 5 degrees C over ambient.

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