While it was over a thousand years ago, the earliest incubators were developed to keep chicken eggs warm, between then and now the advances in science have abounded.
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While modern-day incubation equipment can control multiple conditions within the machine itself, the same basic principles still apply in terms of reliability, maintenance, and gas measurement.
Technicians still have to control temperature, carbon dioxide, humidity, oxygen, ventilation, and sterilization to ensure the correct pH balance in the cultures, dependent on the specific application in life sciences.
The culture itself, model and environment of the incubator, plus the overall upkeep and maintenance of the equipment will dictate how well these specific components are met to ensure the incubators are working exactly as they are designed.
In this eBook you will learn:
- CO2 Incubator 101
- How to differentiate the gases in life science industries
- How CO2Meter plays a role
- How to choose the best CO2 Sensor for Incubation
- Why maintenance matters in CO2 incubators
- Top Questions to ask when purchasing a CO2 Incubator Sensor
- A-Z Guide for Life Science Terminology
and a lot more!
This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by CO2Meter, Inc.
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