5th April 2022 Content supplied by: Don Whitley Scientific
Creating the Right Atmosphere at ECCMID 2022
Don Whitley Scientific (DWS) is a company that is well-known for the design and manufacture of a range of anaerobic workstations. As well as presenting their most popular style of workstation at ECCMID 2022, they will also be showing a solution for those customers who have a small throughput and prefer using jars to cultivate their anaerobes.
The Whitley IncuBox will be launched on Stand 1-48.2/Hall 2 at ECCMID 2022 in Lisbon. The IncuBox is a new rectangular, transparent and stackable anaerobic ‘jar’ that can be used to create environmental conditions for the isolation and cultivation of anaerobic and microaerobic organisms.
Although the IncuBox can be used with gas-generating envelopes, it is also the ideal partner for automated jar gassing systems such as the Whitley Jar Gassing System, which will also be at the show. This device delivers accurate gas mixtures at a fraction of the cost of gas packs and fits easily into any laboratory routine. A single cylinder of mixed gas is used to prepare the correct atmospheric conditions for anaerobic or microaerophilic growth in the IncuBox.
The Whitley Anaerobic Workstation range now offers 19 different models, including 3-gas systems and those with a HEPA filtration unit. Complementing the larger systems, the Whitley A35 that will be displayed at ECCMID is the most popular chamber with a capacity of up to 600 x 90mm Petri dishes and a 12 litre airlock. The A35 has many useful features such as the Whitley Anaerobic Conditions Monitoring System to ensure the maintenance of environmental conditions; data downloading facility for traceability; a rapid airlock so that plates can be put into the anaerobic environment as soon as possible; and the patented Whitley Instant Access Porthole System for rapid access and ease of use.
Don’t forget to visit the Don Whitley Scientific stand #1-48.2 for a demonstration of the latest in anaerobic technology or ask for more details using the green "Request Information" button below.
Date Published: 5th April 2022
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