Gas Dosing Unit for Life Science Applications
QCAL Messtechnik has introduced CO2Control for incubators and test chambers. These gas dosing units can be adapted to nearly every incubator or test chamber. The user can set a CO2 concentration up to 30 percent volume CO2.
The CO2Control measures the actual concentration and adds CO2 from a CO2 gas container.
The company says the NDIR CO2-sensor has an excellent long-term stability, which provides years of stable CO2 measurement. Also the other parts as the sample gas pump, valve and fittings are designed for maintenance-free use over years.
The other way to control gas atmospheres in any life science equipment is to use gas mixing units GMS_2CH ( 2 channels ) or GMS_3CH ( 3 channels ) for N2, O2 and CO2. They can match flowrates up to 80 liters per minute with a concentration range up to 100 Volume percent O2 and/or CO2.
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