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Coy anaerobic chambers #1 choice in microbiology

Oct 5, 2018

Coy Anaerobic Chambers eliminate oxygen to 0-5 parts per million (ppm) using a hydrogen gas mix (5% or less) reacting with a palladium catalyst to remove oxygen by forming a water molecule. A vacuum airlock is used to reduce oxygen levels prior to transfer of samples and tools in and out of the glove box. Access ports allow sample manipulation without ever exposing your samples to ambient conditions. Temperature incubation options include heating the entire glove box to be your incubator or placing a specially designed Coy incubator within the workstation interior for a more comfortable working atmosphere for the users. Large ports are included for large equipment transfer and smaller feed-thru ports available on every unit to pass cords/tubing in and out of the chamber in a sealed fashion.

Choose your chamber style to match your needs:

Vinyl chambers for the strictest atmosphere on the market and easiest operation and maintenance requirements
Polymer chambers for their compact size and gloveless sleeve options
Aluminum chambers for harsh chemical or cold room applications

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Coy Labs produces Glove Boxes, Anaerobic Chambers, and controlled atmosphere glove boxes.

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The flexible nature of the unit allows for the user to reach deeper and higher into the unit

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Gloveless anaerobic chambers offer the operator a convenient glove-free ability to handle and inspect samples under low oxygen (0-5 ppm) conditions

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Rigid anaerobic units are manufactured from economical Polymer or the sturdy Aluminum

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