Cell Cultivation without Contamination
12 Aug 2014

This whitepaper compares different contamination control concepts for CO2 incubators from the user’s perspective. The BINDER CO2 incubators offer a conclusive concept for contamination avoidance. It simplifies routine spray/wipe disinfection and it enables automatic auto-sterilization. The plain design results in minimum effort and (almost) no extra cost for each disinfection.

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