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Priceless Samples Can Be Destroyed Due to Inefficient Incubator Doors: Revolutionary Science Releases New Incufridge Line
Date:2/27/2013

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

Imagine viewing your incubated samples without having to open the insulated door. Only a few seconds of cold air can compromise your experiments. Revolutionary Science has developed a solution to this long standing problem in their latest line of chilling incubators, called the Incufridge. Modeled after the popular Incufridge, RS-IF-203, each one of these models will include digital displays and solid state Peltier technology.

What makes this new line of refrigerated incubators unique are the doors. Most Incubators have an opaque, insulated exterior door (for light sensitive materials), with a thin, interior clear door (for occasional viewing). To view your specimens, you can open this opaque exterior door and peek through an interior door. This old fashioned design is problematic. The thin, clear interior door on nearly all incubators are extremely inefficient. In fact, if this door is left open for too long, samples can be destroyed, costing hundreds or thousands of dollars in samples and time.

The new Incufridge Standard line is equipped with a very unique, yet practical door. The inside door well insulated with triple paned glass. The exterior door is uninsulated and opaque for light sensitive samples. This way, the temperature of the chamber is never compromised when the opaque door is opened for viewing. In fact, you can leave the opaque door open all day long and the interior temperature will not be affected!

The Incufridge can heat as well as cool, by maintaining a set point temperature anywhere between 5 to 65 degrees C. The "basic" line (like the original IF-203) will have a glass door and will be available in three sizes. The
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