Active-gas type CO2 incubator
Our original active gassing system makes it possible to mass culturing of adhesion cells on multilayer trays and shaking culture of floating cells.
Example of use; MG-71C-A and spinner flask
Large scale stack and suspension culture
Mammalian cell culture
For production of monoclonal antibody, protein production, etc.
Active gassing (PAT.P) is possible
Gas is directly sendable in a container. Effective on shaking culture by Erlenmeyer flask, culture bag, spinner flasks and 10-tire plate.
"CellFactory" (ThermoFisher, 10 layers, total culture areas of 6320cm2)
The value in HeLa cells, DMEM/10% FBS, a total 2L culture solution
Small device such as shaker can be used inside chamber
Can be adapted to suspension culture by combining with shaker and stirrer. MG-71C-A has connection hole for power cable to go out.
||20 to 500mL/min, Digital display
||3 to 10%, Digital display, Increment: 0.1%
||Ambient+5ºC to +50ºC
|Temp. Control Accuracy
||±0.2 ºC (at below +25ºC, set at +37ºC, CO2:5%)
||Hole for power supply cable etc. (Φ30mm) x 2
||Heating method: air jacket
||476 x 601 x 638Hmm
||354 x 425 x 418Hmm
Vessel availability: for example, 10-tire plate x 1, 3L spinner flask x 1, 250mL flask x 6 + small shaker, etc.
||PVC hose (5m) x 1, hose band x 2
(*)Optional accessories are required for active gassing in various containers. (see below)
●Two levels stackable.
Forced ventilation of the spinner flask (500ml-3L)
6 branch tube for MG-7*-A series
Cap with connector for 125/250ml Corning disposal Erlenmeyer's flask
For MG-7*-A series, required when setting shaker or sturer inseide.
Special challenge for multi-stage culture vessel MG-7*-A series.
Regulator for MG-71 series
Required when using the flask cap for MG
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