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Anavac Creates Atmospheres for Anaerobic, Microaerophilic and Capnophilic Culturing

Anavac is a new system for the generation of atmospheres suitable for the culturing of anaerobic, microaerophilic and capnophilic bacteria in common anaerobic jars.

Based on the long established and superior methodology of Fildes and MacIntosh, carefully controlled vacuum evacuation of the original gas, and replacement with oxygen free gas, produces critical improvements over traditional techniques.
Anavac provides:

  • Extremely rapid oxygen depletion (anaerobic atmosphere)
  • Flexibility in the level of oxygen depletion (microaerophilic atmosphere)
  • Multiple simultaneous atmospheres using multiple jars
  • Cost and convenience without consumable requirements

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Source: Ilmvac (UK) Ltd View archived contact details

Posted: July 31, 2006
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