Cultures spend more time in conditions that best mimic the in vivo state.
When one Cell Locker chamber is opened, the other Cell Locker chambers maintain stable conditions, preserving the in vitro environment.
Conditions remain stable within these spatial deviations - temperature +/-0.3ËšC , humidity +/-3%, and CO2 +/-0.2%.
For consistent results, the uniformity in each Cell Locker chamber is +/-0.3ËšC
Compared to the standard single glass door design, the temperature drop in the opened Cell Locker chamber is reduced by 50%.
With the Cell Locker system, gas consumption from a door opening is reduced by 50%, saving time and money.
Individual chambers maximize security against costly cross contamination.
Each individual Cell Locker chamber is effectively a quarantine chamber.
Dual 0.2μm membrane filters permits air circulation but exclude microbial contaminants.
The replacable 0.2μm membrane filter has an effective pore size of 0.02μm when filtering air and is hydrophobic, oleophobic, resistant to organic solvents and tested for biosafety and low cytotoxicity.
Independent 3rd party tests validate protection against circulating microorganisms (when used as directed)
Flexibility of Use
The Cell Locker System can be configured to fit unique needs of your lab.
Different cell types, samples, users or projects can be segregated within shared incubator space.
Each Cell Locker chamber holds 9 each T-75 cell culture flasks, 20 each 6-well plates, or 24 each 96-well plates.
Dishes and flasks can be removed individually on a work tray or inside the entire Cell Locker chamber with optional transport cover, thus protecting samples from outside air.
The non skid tray slides out to allow access to culture vessels, or the entire tray can be removed.
The Cell Locker chamber can be manually disinfected or can be autoclaved.