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COY - personalized hypoxic and anaerobic chambers since 1969

Jan 31, 2020

In 1969 Richard Coy and Doctor Rolph Freter in the Microbiology Department at the University of Michigan, developed the concept and design of the world’s first anaerobic chamber dedicated to microbiology research. With his first-born child on the way, Richard worked diligently in the basement of his own home manufacturing chambers. From these humble beginnings Coy Laboratory Products grew into the world’s leader in anaerobic chambers. 46 years later Coy offers a complete line of anaerobic and hypoxic chambers and humidity control glove boxes.

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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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InVitro glove boxes – incubation, culture maintenance and analysis in the same environment

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InVitro cabinets are sealed containers with shelving used inside standard incubator

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InVivo chambers allow animals to live at reduced or elevated O2/CO2 levels

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