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Whitley DG250 Workstation - Microaerobic or Hypoxic Chamber

Whitley DG250 Anaerobic Workstation

Manufacturer: Don Whitley Scientific

Principle: Gases from cylinders create anaerobic/hypoxic environment

Automation: YES

Suitability: Short projects or small research experiments

Capital equipment required: YES

Description: The Whitley DG250 Anaerobic Workstation is used when there is a need to easily process, culture and examine anaerobic samples without exposure to atmospheric oxygen. This workstation has a small footprint yet can accommodate 270 x 90mm Petri dishes whilst retaining a generous working area. For emergency anaerobic incubation it will hold up to 400 plates. The DG250 can also operate as a microaerobic or hypoxic chamber with the correct gasses connected. This could be ideal for short projects or small research experiments.
Key Points:
  • 33% more capacity than any other unit of comparable size so you get more space for your money.
  • The user portholes act as two mini-airlocks so you can transfer plates at the same time as entering/exiting the workstation.
  • The whole top can be lifted off for thorough cleaning and the transfer of bulk samples and equipment.
  • Built-in, fully automatic humidity control system that requires no user maintenance.
  • Available with automatic sleeve gassing system operated by foot-switch so you can ensure the correct conditions and use gas supplies efficiently.


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West Yorkshire
United Kingdom

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Tel: +[44] 1274 595728