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BOD Incubator

PBODI-0127

Presto’s BOD incubator or Biochemical oxygen demand incubator is a unique chamber with latest technology based features used to create the required temperature. The testing instrument has the low heat loss ratio due to the high eminence of insulation with imported glass wool ergonomics. The machine is designed keeping in mind the user ease as an important parameter. The machine has complete Digital controls.



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    • The temperature range of the machine is 0 – 60degree Celsius.
    • The capacity of the chamber is 255 liters.
    • The internal dimensions of the chamber are 18” x 18” x 28” (other sizes are available on requests).
    • The machine is fabricated with stainless steel from inside and outside the body is of mild steel duly powder coated.
    • The machine is equipped with digital controls.

    • The instrument permits the measurement of contaminants, treating them and releasing them back to the environment.
    • The instrument is duly equipped with bulbs that are placed vertically on the door of the incubator.
    • Temperature controls through PT-100 sensor
    • Highly accurate test results under uniform temperatures level in the chamber
    • High Grade imported Glass Wool insulation
    • Maximum Thermal Efficiency by insulation means.
    • SSR-based heaters
    • Fan relay for Fan operation

    Applications:

    • Plants & Insects studies.
    • Bacterial culturing.
    • Fermentation Studies.
    • Biochemical and Bacteriological oxygen demand for determination of tests in laboratories.






Reviews of BOD Incubator

  1. Nitesh Mahendru
    22 Dec, 2015

    I have brought the product from Presto last week. The product is simply amazing. It is designed with best and premium quality of material. The testing device is easy to use. Thanks to Presto for manufacturing such a useful device.

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