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JRG13, JWChesnut, Richard Cryberg I thought of you guys when I found this:
Thermo Scientific™ Forma™ Steri-Cult™ CO2 Incubator
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Product Size -
Chamber Material Polished stainless steel
CO2 Concentration Range 0 to 20%
CO2 Sensor Technology IR sensor
Humidity Delivery External humidity reservoir
Relative Humidity Ambient to 95%, controllable
Temperature Range (Metric) Ambient +5° to 50°C
Data Outputs Optional 4-20mA
Certifications/Compliance UL, cUL, CE
Dimensions (D x W x H) Interior 20.6 x 28.8 x 32.8 in. (52.3 x 73.2 x 83.8cm)
Capacity 11.4 cu.ft., 322.8L
Electrical Requirements 115V 50/60Hz
Dimensions (L x W x H) Exterior 27 x 43 x 39.4 in. (68.6 x 109.2 x 100.2cm)
Description Single 323L incubator
Net Weight 410 lb, 186kg
Also got this one:
BARNSTEAD THERMOLYNE 5000 COMPACT Co2 INCUBATOR
It might not be the deal of the century, but pretty darn close to it.
I know where they came from, a local lab when they did Horticulture hybridization, etc.
Weyerhaeuser Timber Company
Going to pick up today.
I may sell one after I check them out and take my pick. I don't need both. I've been looking for a while to upgrade from my Exo-terra reptile incubators. Not real thrilled about the housing quality and depth with the GQF.
Never thought I'd be able to get this kind of quality. Pretty tickled to say the least. Not having to worry about a potential incubator failure April, May & June when they are usually crammed full of cells will be nice. Cells themselves are not worth all that much, but their loss and disruption of the schedule for available mated queens would be a real hit that time of year.