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Caron Products 6321/6341 Algae Growth Chambers

June 26, 2013
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Coran Model 6341 Algae Growth Chambers

Coran Model 6341 Algae Growth Chambers

Caron Products & Services, Inc. has provided high quality temperature control solutions to a variety of plant growth markets since 1985. Increasing demand for customized algae units has prompted the company to configure a growth chamber line specifically for the algae laboratory and cultivation market.

The company’s product array includes environmental test chambers for temperature and relative humidity exposure, testing per
 ICH Guidelines Q1A; photostability chambers designed to perform in accordance with ICH Q1B Guidelines,
Option 2; and reach-in CO2 incubators for small to large scale, high volume cell culture.

Caron has recently released a pair of Algae Growth Chambers as part of its Plant Growth Chamber series. The chambers provide precise lighting and temperature-controlled conditions suited to grow and study algae in flasks. The units are available in 25 ft3 (Model 6321) and 33 ft3 (Model 6341).

The chamber produces 300 µmoles/m2/sec of light standard and is designed to use high efficiency fluorescent lamps to mimic day/night conditions. The light banks are interchangeable and, depending on the application, optional lighting enhancements are available.

For more information: 800-648-3042, 740-373-6809 or sales@caronproducts.com

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