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Peltier, CO2 cooled and compressor-cooled incubators for research, laboratories, medicine, pharmacy and food analysis ✓ Absolutly reliable safety functions ✓
Incubators Precise, energy-efficient and safe. Even minimal temperature deviations can cause an experiment or cultivation in an incubator to fail. Therefore heating and control in a Memmert incubator are perfectly matched to avoid dangerous temperature overshoots. Since 1947. Even d
For gentle drying of bacteria and starter cultures or simulation of intercontinental flights.
Low-temperature vacuum drying enables pharmaceutical or food labs to gently dry bacteria and starter cultures in the cooled vacuum oven VOcool. Furthermore, programme-controlled storage and transport scenarios, for determining the behaviour of active ingredients or volumes at different pressure and For gentle drying of bacteria and starter cultures or simulation of intercontinental flights.
Hardly any vibrations, almost no noise, highly precise and accurate. The PhosphoSites research group at the University Hospital in Frankfurt, doing basic research on protein kinases, cultivates its protein crystals in a Memmert incubator IPP.
Every child learns that proteins are vital, and dutifully eats an egg for breakfast. But not many people know about the significance of this central component of life, of which there are several hundred thousand in the human body. Haemoglobin transports oxygen to the blood, collagen supports the ski
Ideal for ramp operation with rapid temperature changes during incubation, breeding or storage.
Our ICP compressor-cooled incubator offers great results whenever a rapid and precise changeover between heating and cooling phases in ramp operation is required. Due to the finely tuned control technology, temperatures exactly reach the setpoint values without the need for energy-intensive bursts o Ideal for ramp operation with rapid temperature changes during incubation, breeding or storage.
Beer force-aging tests for precise prediction of the shelf life of beer are commonplace in every brewery. Herrenhausen private brewery performs these tests using an opacimeter to measure scattered light and a Memmert cooled incubator ICP110.
Before refrigeration technology was invented in the second half of the 19th century, brewing beer in the summer was illegal in Germany. This was because, on the one hand, fermentation requires temperatures of between 4 and 9 °C and, on the other hand, beer spoils quickly if it is not kept chilled. E
Heating and cooling system with Peltier technology. More energy-efficiently, quietly, precisely and economically. Climate chambers and incubators by Memmert.
Advanced Peltier Technology As the technology leader in Peltier laboratory appliances, Memmert sets new standards with Advanced Peltier Technology: the Constant Climate Chamber HPPeco and the Cooled Incubator IPPecowith Peltier technology work more energy-efficiently, economically, precisely, p

VO49cool Model

For gentle drying of bacteria and starter cultures or simulation of intercontinental flights.
VOcool 49 * For gentle drying of bacteria and starter cultures or simulation of intercontinental flights.

VO29cool Model

For gentle drying of bacteria and starter cultures or simulation of intercontinental flights.
VOcool 29 * For gentle drying of bacteria and starter cultures or simulation of intercontinental flights.
The mission of the research ship Belgica is the exploration of the marine ecosystem of the North Sea. The marine scientists on board use the journey home, which takes several days, to dry out their samples of marine sediments in the ICP incubator in the so-called wet laboratory.
The predecessors of today’s marine scientists and geologists in the Antarctic Today’s Belgica had a famous predecessor. Belgian officer Adrien de Gerlache de Gomery set off with her in the year 1897 on the first research trip to the Antarctic, the so-called Belgica expedition, during which island
Under the direction of biologist Jürgen Tautz, the Würzburg BEEgroup is carrying out basic research on bee health.
His mentor, Martin Lindauer, who is, along with Nobel Prize winner and behavioural scientist Karl von Frisch, one of the most famous ambassadors of bee research, one day presented him with a beehive. He must have known Jürgen Tautz well, because the present had the desired effect. From studying neur