Item 3137M INC - Caron 6026 reach-in CO2 incubator with humidity control
Caron 6026 reach-in CO2 incubator with humidity control
The Caron 6026 reach-in CO2 incubator is a large chamber model that also includes active humidity control and a condensate recirculating system. The Caron 6026 features a heated triple-pane outer glass door providing both visibility and increased energy efficiency, an air intake filter to increase compressor lifespan, adjustable sliding shelves, interior outlets and access ports, an RTD temperature sensor, an infrared CO2 sensor, an audible alarm system, and a locking control panel.
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For users wishing to place shakers inside the chamber, the refrigeration system of the Caron 2026 can help maintain temperatures of down to 15°C for up to three shakers generating 50 watts each.
Overall dimensions on the Caron 2026 are 35.5”W x 33.5”D x 77.1”H with the chamber measuring 32”W x 27”D x 52.7”H.
The Caron CRSY102-1 water recirculator deionization system provides continuous, clean, filtered water to the chamber’s humidity injection system, then collects and recycles the condensate that forms in the base of the chamber.
All of our equipment is used and reconditioned. Our technicians test incubators using a calibrated digital chart recorder to verify the accuracy of temperature controls and readouts. We replace any hardware or parts as is necessary and clean all incubators thoroughly prior to shipment.
The photos above are representative. Please bear in mind that the equipment shown is currently in storage in our warehouse and that in addition to testing each machine we will clean all the equipment thoroughly prior to shipment. We often have multiple units of each model in stock and sometimes we're unable to feature photos of every single unit. At your request, we can provide photos of the equipment in your order after it has been tested and cleaned.
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