Drosophila Incubators

Standard low temperature incubators are not designed for Drosophila incubation and growth. This is because normal refrigerated incubators have rapid defrosting cycles designed to prevent ice build-up on incubator coils. Fruit Flies cannot tolerate such dramatic temperature change. Additionally, Fruit Fly normal metabolic processes produce a gas that contaminates the frost on the refrigerated incubator coils. When the coils are defrosted, a corrosive substance forms, leading to premature coil deterioration. The Superfly Drosophila specific incubator functions within the range of temperatures preferred by fruit flies. Rather than striving to maintain a distinct set point within 0.25°C, the incubator gently fluctuates between 17°C and 19°C.


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LIFLY Drosophila Specific Refrigerated Incubator, 20.3 Cu.Ft. 12

LIFLY Drosophila Specific Refrigerated Incubator, 20.3 Cu.Ft. 12

Specifications: Capacity: 20 Cu.Ft Interior Dimensions WxDxH in. (cm): 27 x 20 x 56.5 (68.5 x 50.8 x 143.5) Exterior Dimensions WxDxH in. (cm): 34.3...

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LIFLY-VIEW Drosophila Specific Refrigerated Incubator, 20.3 Cu.F

LIFLY-VIEW Drosophila Specific Refrigerated Incubator, 20.3 Cu.F

Specifications: Capacity: 20 Cu.Ft Interior Dimensions WxDxH in. (cm): 27 x 20 x 56.5 (68.5 x 50.8 x 143.5) Exterior Dimensions WxDxH in. (cm): 34.3...

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