Representatives from Don Whitley Scientific and our American distributor, HypOxygen, are attending the Keystone Symposia on Hypoxia: From Basic Mechanisms to Therapeutics this week in Dublin, Ireland. From May 12th – 17th you will have the opportunity to see the brand new Whitley H135 HEPA Hypoxic Workstation.
The largest workstation in our range, the H135 (pictured left) has an enormous capacity for working and incubation of over 550 litres. Combined with the ability to house large pieces of equipment such as live cell imaging devices, microscopes, plate readers and more – it’s our most revolutionary Hypoxystation yet.
Without compromising on quality or precision, this innovative product allows you to take your research to new heights whilst maintaining confidence in your results.
Some of the great features include:
- Rapid 12L airlock
- 3 gas operation
- Automated O2 calibration
- Removable front
- Option for Whitley Internal HEPA Filtration System with Enhanced Biological Containment
If your research involves the use of a Seahorse XF Analyzer, the H135 can be used in conjunction with a Whitley i2 Instrument Workstation; specifically designed to meet the requirements of Seahorse Bioscience. The combination of these two workstations allows for the preparation of cell cultures under hypoxic conditions, and the subsequent transfer of the samples to the Analyzer without exposure to ambient conditions via the Whitley Transfer Tunnel.
To learn more about the H135, you can watch the introductory video here.