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Thursday, March 6, 2008

Stability and Humidity Chambers: Safety Assured

Stability and Humidity Chambers are designed to expose medical products to a variety of temperatures and humidity conditions for product testing or storage. They work by providing precise relative humidity and temperature control with walk-in rooms, reach-in chambers, and relative humidity generators to serve existing structures. Precise humidity control systems are a necessity in all medical institutions.

Stability and Humidity Chambers are an essential part of the pharmaceutical industry and exceed ICH guidelines in regards to temperature and relative humidity control. Temperature humidity chambers and temperature/relative humidity generating units are used for creating mini-environments within the Semiconductor industry.

The So Low Laboratory Stability Chamber is a highly efficient model, that works between a temperature range of 4 to 70 degree C. It is designed specifically for pharmaceutical purposes, for shelf life testing and biological research. It also ensures tight temperature uniformity control accuracies of 0.1 degree C control with +/-0.5 degree C uniformity. It has a sturdy exterior and interior, with a solid door and white painted exterior. Additional features include Hi/ Lo alarm, monitor, service prompts and others.

These Humidity Chambers are considered to be most reliable and have been providing great service for decades. They have been designed for reliability, performance and ease of service. As a bonus, they are more reliable, quiet enough to go into the lab, have better uniformity and are easier to repair. Also, they put out less total heat than a normal refrigeration compressor system. You can find great deals on Stability and Humidity Chambers and other medical equipment at Cooler Direct.

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