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NEW MicroBiological Incubators

publication date: Feb 25, 2019
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author/source: BEING Instruments

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BEING Instruments has introduced their BIT/BIF Series of laboratory incubators whose applications are diverse and satisfy the requirements of many different industries and protocols.

BEING has designed these incubators to accommodate a wide range of applications. The BEING Controller guarantees temperature accuracy, control and safety.

The series consists of 10 models, 5 are natural convection (the BIT models) and 5 are mechanical convection (the BIF models).

 

The BIT Models feature:

  • Natural Convection
  • Chamber Size from 0.6 cu ft to 7.8 cu ft
  • Temperature Range from Ambient +5°C to 80°C
  • Temperature Stability ±0.2°C

 

The BIF Models feature:

  • Mechanical Convection
  • Chamber Size from 0.8 cu ft to 8.9 cu ft
  • Temperature Range from Ambient +5°C to 80°C
  • Temperature Stability ±0.2°C

 

General Features Include:

  • Colorful LCD display
  • Chamber made from 304 Stainless Steel
  • Pt100 temperature sensor provides high temperature sensitivity and accuracy.
  • The BEING Controller provides programmability for 7 periods and 9 steps for each period making for a total of 63 programmable steps.

 

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