Inoculation Chamber

Inoculation Chamber

Catalogue No. – 17025
Made of seasoned teakwood with thick MDF sheet on top, bottom & back. Thick non-rattling glass provided on two sides and front slanting glass door. Front side slanting provided with openable glass door for convenient view of the specimens placed inside. Lower portion with round openings on front and one window on side.Inside painted white. Provided with one fluorescent tube and one U.V. tube. Nicely polished.

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An inoculation chamber is a device or enclosed workspace used in microbiology and other scientific disciplines to create a sterile environment for the handling and transfer of microorganisms. The chamber is typically constructed with a transparent or translucent material, such as acrylic or polycarbonate, and is equipped with gloves and an air filtration system.

The purpose of an inoculation chamber is to prevent contamination of the microorganisms being studied or handled, as well as to protect the researcher from any potentially harmful microorganisms. The air filtration system maintains a positive pressure inside the chamber, which helps to prevent outside air and contaminants from entering.

Inoculation chambers are commonly used in microbiology research, particularly for the cultivation and manipulation of bacterial cultures. They are also used in industrial settings, such as in the production of vaccines and other biopharmaceuticals.