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Hypoxic Chambers

When your research requires consistent atmospheric control to maintain hypoxia, normoxia, or hyperoxia, you can count on Coy’s Hypoxic Chambers. Easy to use and easy to customize, Coy’s complete line of glove boxes and cabinets allows you to maintain desired levels of O2, CO2, temperature, and humidity in either cell and tissue culture or animal applications.

Features :

  • Cell and tissue culture Glove Box
  • O2 Control InVivo Glove Box
  • O2 Control InVitro Cabinet
  • O2 Control InVivo Cabinet

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Description

The importance oxygen levels play in various biological processes is increasingly significant to researchers. To study this requires consistent atmospheric control — maintaining hypoxia, normoxia, hyperoxia, or anoxia to mimic physiological conditions. Coy offers a complete line of glove boxes and cabinets that enable you to maintain desired levels of CO2, temperature and humidity, along with oxygen control.

Our modular design allows us to configure systems, including custom designs, to meet your needs whether for tissue culture or live animal studies.

Making Choices

Configure a system based on your application. Live animal or tissue culture systems are available that accommodate common accessories for these protocols. If you need to do manipulation within the controlled environment, glove boxes would be the best choice. Cabinets are most often used for short experiments or initial feasibility studies.

Glove Boxes utilize glove ports and an airlock (transfer chamber) to allow access to the chamber interior without disruption of the experimental environment, unlike cabinet or incubator systems.

Cabinets are simple hermetically sealed containers with shelving and a front-loading door, typically used for short-term experiments, dynamic oxygen-cycling studies, placement within standard incubators, or multi-level oxygen studies.

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