With the new touch screen, HettCube incubators and cooled incubators guarantee intuitive operation with flexible and individual setting options and many new features.
The proven combination of natural and forced convection ensures stable and homogeneous temperatures in a much larger part of the interior than conventional incubators. This offers you up to 30% more validated useful space with the same interior space. In addition, the high design of the HettCube incubators requires up to 50% less floor space with comparable capacity.
Maintain control over the entire incubation process – at a glance!
The clear dashboard shows the target and actual display, the status of the device as well as an overview of all events and alarm messages from the past month.
Without additional software, you can set weekly programs easily and directly on the device in a real-time calendar. The temperature reduction function allows you to define additional temperature reductions for your days off months in advance.
Numerous events and alarm functions are individually adjustable to protect your samples even in case of power failure.
Deviations from the target temperature can be limited individually and asymmetrically with tolerance band limits or defined via the temperature selection monitor of class 3.1 and 3.2.
The slim design requires little space. This offers you up to 50 % more usable space with the same footprint.
In addition, Hettich incubators with their gentle airflow guarantee stable and homogeneous temperatures in a considerably larger part of the interior, and thus offer 30 % more validated usable space.
Less risk of drying out and a uniquely stable and even temperature control of your cultures, due to the advantages of a combined natural and forced convection.
By integrating only one door, you get fast and convenient access with just one hand.
In addition, the Hettich Telescope System (HTS) with its telescopic slides gives you effortless access to your samples.
HettCube incubators with their remarkably low noise level of ≤ 44 dB(A) are no louder than a normal conversation.