Because of the shape of the vessel, and as no connectors or valves protrude beyond the outer surface of the lid, Whitley Incubation Box’s can be stacked on top of each other inside an incubator or on the bench, saving valuable space. The main jar (without the lid in place and with no samples inside) can be nested with other empty jars so that work in progress takes up minimal space.
This anaerobic ‘jar’ will accommodate either 12-14 x 90mm Petri dishes or 5 x standard multi-well plates. The four latches used to open and close the box are attached to the lid so there are no loose parts to misplace.
The Whitley Incubation Box may be used to transfer items into and out of a Whitley Workstation and has been designed to fit through the 35-sized airlock and every larger Whitley airlock. This application is ideal when you want to move samples from one workstation to another and when you want to preserve your samples in modified atmospheric conditions while they continue to grow in an external incubator.
The design of the Whitley Incubation Box includes a safety valve, which ensures an appropriate level of vacuum is achieved without damaging the box itself. It is durable and lightweight and can be used to create multiple atmospheres.
- Accommodates both Petri dishes and multi-well plates.
- Both lids and bases can be nested for storage.
- Flexibility to create different atmospheric conditions.
- Latches are permanently attached to the lid so there are no loose parts to misplace.
- Completed box’s can be stacked on top of each other for incubation.
- Rectangular shape saves space in the incubator.
- Includes a safety valve to ensure an appropriate level of vacuum is achieved without damaging the box itself.
- Durable and lightweight.