Planer Incubator

Designed to maintain consistent culturing environments for optimum
temperature and pH control

  • Rapid recovery to OPTIMAL environment
  • Network connectivity for data output
  • Base plate of chamber matched to common IVF dishes
  • Integrated battery backup
  • Reduced oxygen culture capability
  • The BT37 works with any defined premixed gas of choice to achieve the proper Co2 and reduced O2 environment.

Hera Cell Co2 incubator -> Company

Model Number/Name150
Weight70 Kg
External Dimensions637 X 867 X 766 mm
Total VolumeApprox 151 L
Anterior Chamber Materialstainless steel / solid copper
Frequency50 Hz
Power0.60 kW

Product Description

Thermo Scientific™ CO2 incubator portfolio offers an outstanding selection of incubator with decades of innovation and expertise for optimal Cell growth by mimicking in vivo conditions and reducing experimental variability. Our designs are independently tested to meet U.S. and EU pharmacopeia standards.

Liquid Nitrogen Container

Product Specification

Capacity (liters)one liter to a maximum of 50 liters
Tank MaterialMetal

Product Description

We supply a broad gamut of liquid nitrogen containers used to store a variety of liquid gases such as liquid nitrogen, liquid oxygen, etc. Sourced from well-established vendors across the country, these are available in a variety of capacities as per client’s requirements or industrial applications. They are offered at the best market prices to our clients.

Cook Aspiration Pump -> Australia

Used to provide a low flow, regulated vacuum up to -500 mm Hg for general suction.    

  • A pedal activates the vacuum response at the needle tip. The pump maintains a constant vacuum at its set level.
  • The boost button on the front panel increases the vacuum pressure to clear blockages in the ovum aspiration needle.
  • A volume-adjustable tone indicates when the vacuum is applied.
  • The LED can display the vacuum pressure in mm Hg and kPa.
  • This pump is not intended for use in emergency airway clearing. 

IVFTech Laminar air flow -> Denmark

IVFtech Sterile cabinets are designed to protect the samples with a constant flow of clean air and are made to meet the specific requirements of IVF Laboratories. It is built the provide a vertical laminar flow. The vertical laminar flow provides clean air over the whole of the working area and is manufactured to meet the requirements for IVF laboratory work, such as “vitrification”, “ICSI” manipulation, “sperm collection” and IVF routine work.

With the control board with a timer to switch on/off the fan and on/off the heated tabletop. All brands of the microscope can be installed, the choice between oculars through the front window or a secondary window inside the cabinet, which allows the front window to be closed.

The low speed of the fan gives longer life of HEPA filters and blowers and saves energy and less turbulence around the microscope.

Laminator/diffuser uniforms airflow allows more balanced air through lower speed.

The IVFtech Sterile cabinets can be customized to all the above functions and provide a flexible backbone of any IVF laboratory as the cabinets come in four sizes, with or without height adjustable legs(1)

ICSI Microscope

The process of Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) starts similar to IVF with eggs being harvested and incubated. Next, the oocyte is stabilized by a holding pipette while a glass micropipette is used to collect a single sperm. This unselected sperm cell is immobilized by cutting its tail with the point of the micropipette.

The oocyte is pierced through the membrane (oolemma) and the sperm is directed to the inner part of the oocyte (cytoplasm). The sperm is released into the oocyte. During this process, the cellular structures such as the zona pellucida and polar body of the egg cell must be clearly visible.

Inverted Microscope

Inverted microscopes have both the light source and condenser set up high above the stage and pointing down toward the stage, while the objectives and objective turret are located beneath the stage pointing up. The two basic types of inverted microscopes include biological inverted microscopes and metallurgical inverted microscopes.

Biological inverted microscopes are used to observe living cells or organisms at the bottom of a petri dish or tissue culture flask. Live cell analysis is accomplished because larger containers of liquid provide more natural conditions for specimens than a small glass slide where the sample is squished between the slide and coverslip, as when samples are viewed under a traditional upright biological microscope. Biological inverted microscopes provide brightfield, phase contrast, or epifluorescence.

Metallurgical inverted microscopes are used to view metal or solid objects that don’t allow light to pass through them and are too large to place under an upright metallurgical microscope. Metallurgical microscopes provide room for micromanipulation applications where space for a manipulator mechanism or tool is required.