07.12.2020

HypoxyLab™: You spoke. We listened

We’re excited to announce an enhanced interpretation of our popular HypoxyLab™ hypoxia workstation.

Externally nothing changes. The HypoxyLab remains just as uniquely compact and ergonomically shaped as it always has been.

Internally however, we have implemented a complete redesign of the turret/shelf structure that houses the gas distribution system, temperature regulation, sensors and HEPA filter, resulting in an almost 50% increase in working volume coupled with improved sample evaporation characteristics, easy HEPA filter serviceability, ergonomic shelving and a markedly reduced noise footprint.

The additional working volume and sense of spaciousness is dramatic. Commenting on his experience with the new system, Prof. Oliver Thews (an existing HypoxyLab user at the Martin-Luther University in Halle-Wittenberg, Germany) commented, “The new design offers so much more space for the experiments in the chamber. Even larger measurement devices can [now] be used inside. I was impressed by how fast the chamber reaches new atmospheric compositions, which allows for more rapid oxygenation profiles.”

The HypoxyLab™ is a bench-top hypoxia workstation for cell biologists that require an ability to mimic the true in vivo oxygen state during cell culture.

The enhanced model will ship beginning January 2021.

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