Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Use of Nitrogen Generators with Cell Incubators

Nitrogen gas is used for cell incubators to help preserve the optimal levels of temperature and humidity as well as the levels of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in the incubator atmosphere.  Nitrogen gas is a clean, dry, inert gas used for taking up space in order to maintain a delicate and precise environment.

Cell incubators are used primarily for experiments in cellular biology and molecular biology.  Also, known as CO2 incubators, there are a variety of styles, sizes, and models available in the marketplace.

In order to function at the optimal level, it is necessary to pump a steady stream of Nitrogen gas into the cell incubator to preserve the delicate atmosphere.  See more info on Cell Incubators and Nitrogen Gas.

Although Nitrogen gas is easily found in the air all around us, separating Nitrogen from Oxygen requires either a steady supply of liquid N2 gas in high pressure cylinders acquired from a gas company OR a Nitrogen Generator that will create N2 gas on-demand and on-site with no need for deliveries or contracts.

South-Tek Systems is a designer and manufacturer of custom Nitrogen Generators for a wide variety of uses including cell incubators.  Our products are ideal for maintaining the optimal atmosphere within an incubator, no matter what size or style.

South-Tek has recently partnered with MidAtlantic Diagnostics to be the exclusive provider of Nitrogen Generators for their IVF embryonic incubators.  We have also partnered with Ming-Mei to provide Nitrogen Generators for their IVF equipment throughout Asia. (See: South-Tek Systems Exclusive Partnerships.)

Nitrogen Generators from South-Tek Systems are a safe, reliable, and cost effective solution to fulfill the demand for N2 gas with cell incubators.  Contact South-Tek Systems today to learn how we can provide your business with the ideal N2 Generator to suit your needs: 888-526-6284.

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