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Electric Chilling Device - Single

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ManufacturerCole Instruments Inc.
Availability:out of stock -100 item(s)
Product Code:14GCD

Product Dimensions and Weight

Product Length: 11.5000IN
Product Width: 7.0000IN
Product Height: 6.0000IN
Product Weight: 6.0000LB
Sales price $1,200.00
The Electric Chilling Device (Single Plate) allows for consistent and accurate control of tissue temperature and allows physicians to set a variety of temperatures in an effort to define the optimal temperature for survival.
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Description

Chilling tissue reduces the metabolic demand of cells and the need for energy produced by anaerobic metabolism. Most physicians chill petri dishes on ice inside a tray or plastic container. Unfortunately, ice melts progressively over the course of a day. The chiller plate overcomes the risk of temperature change by maintaining a constant temperature during the day. It also allows the physician to dial in a specific temperature such as 4 or 8 degrees Celsius.

Features:

  • Accurately controls tissue temperature
  • Low Temperature tissue storage reduces tissue metabolism
  • Steady temperature control

Benefits:

  • Accurate
  • Consistent
  • Ease of use

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0 #1 pasita 2017-04-03 17:13
Do you have more detail for the machine? ie. volt , heating and cooling capacity, operating ambient what kinda controller used and what are the functions?
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