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Bugbox Anaerobic Workstation.

Baker’s anaerobic workstations are engineered specifically to help microbiologists cope with rising workloads and provide the best primary isolation rates. With quick and easy access via the Ezee Sleeve™ gloveless port system and energy-saving lighting that provides perfect illumination, with the new Bugbox Ax makes reading plates without exposing them to oxygen easy. Bugbox Ax can be used in even the smallest laboratory spaces. Its elegant design allows for 270 plate capacity (90mm plates) without taking up valuable bench space. Complementary features like the acrylic airtight chamber, palladium catalyst, and N2 purge in the interlock and the Ezee Sleeves™ all work to provide a strictly controlled, optimal anaerobic environment.

Bugbox Ax • 270 Plate Capacity • 0.5m2 /5.77ft2 bench footprint • 30 Plate Capacity Interlock • Intuitive Touchscreen Interface • Accurate temperature control from ambient + 5˚C to 45˚C. • Accurate and automated humidity control, no dry spots. • Palladium catalyst maintains anaerobic environment, plus anaerobic color-indicator strips verify anoxic conditions. Optional real time O2 monitoring available. • Ezee Sleeve™ Direct Hand entry system allows access without disrupting the atmosphere within the chamber. • Standard dual gas operation, low gas consumption and running costs. • Lower cost per plate compared to anaerobic jars. • Minimal maintenance and downtime.

DESIGNED FOR STRICT, STABLE, ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS The acrylic airtight chamber is flooded with anaerobic gas mix (H2 in N2) and O2 is displaced.

If any O2 remains or is allowed to enter, it is “scavenged” by a palladium catalyst situated under the floor tray – the O2 reacts with the H2 to form water. Interlock uses an N2 purge, so when a user brings in plates through the interlock, no O2 enters the main chamber.

Gloveless Ezee Sleeves™ are purged using N2 gas via foot pedals, so no O2 enters the main chamber when the glove ports are opened.

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