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What are Anaerobic Chambers

Anaerobes are organisms that grow without air or need an oxygen free environment to live. Anaerobic chambers are creating these anaerobic environments for studying these organisms

Anaerobic chambers were invented over 40 years ago to create proper environment conditions for anaerobic organisms to develop

The studies using anaerobic chambers revolutionized the study of anaerobes, leading to new discoveries & new drugs development in various areas

Over the last 20 years, these chambers, or “glove boxes” as they are popularly called, have evolved and are used for various purposes

Currently, anaerobic chambers are used for the latest research in the fields of bio-fuels, biomass, and bioremediation as well as in drug development and disease study mainly with infectious diseases identification. Typical applications of the anaerobic chambers today include anaerobic microbiological assays, clinical microbiology, culture research on anaerobic tissues & anaerobic bacteriology

The anaerobic chambers provide a complete oxygen free environment, contained workspace, which ensuring that samples are not degenerate or contaminated due to exposure to aerobic environment

.Anaerobic chambers arrive in various models with different specifications

A standard chamber will maintain 0 – 5 ppm of oxygen. These chambers contains mix of gases, catalyst (the gas and catalyst are mixed together for getting the anaerobic conditions ), a catalyst fan box, an airlock and (if necessary) temperature control units. The chamber can be customized by using a variety of sizes, configurations, options and accessories

Ormir is offering super robust anaerobic chambers from Shellab USA that are designed to last for many years with maximum reliability and accurate conditions

Please contact us in Ormir and we will be more than happy to offer you an anaerobic chamber that will fit your needs and budget