Shel Lab Model SSI3 Shaking Incubator 3.3 cu. ft. – Government Lab Enterprises

Sheldon Manufacturing

Shel Lab Model SSI3 Shaking Incubator 3.3 cu. ft.

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Shel Lab Model SSI3 Shaking Incubator 3.3 cu. ft.

Manufacturer: Sheldon Manufacturing

Model: SSI3

Condition: New. Ships directly from the manufacturer.

Warranty: 24 month limited manufacturer's warranty.

Estimated lead time: Typically ships in 4-5 weeks from acceptance of order.

Includes:

  • Microprocessor Control
  • Load Flexibility
  • Shaking Platform Included
  • Independent Controls for Temperature, Timer, and Shaker
  • Full Line of Shaking Accessories

 

Specifications

 

  • Agency Approval: UL, CSA and EU Approved
  • Oscillation Rate: 30-400 rpm, +/-4 rpm (1rpm increments)
  • Temperature Uniformity: +/-0.5°C at 37°C
  • Temperature Range: Ambient +8°C to 60°C
  • Platform Dimensions: 17 x 18 x .75" (44 x 45 x 2cm)
  • Exterior Dimensions WxDxH in. (cm): 22 x 25.5 x 28 (55.9 x 64.8 x 71.2)
  • Interior Dimensions WxDxH in. (cm): 19 x 18 x 16.5 (48.2 x 45.7 x 41.9)
  • Capacity: 3.3 cu.ft. (92 L)
  • Overtemperature Alarm: Yes
  • Nominal Voltage 50/60HZ (V): 110-120/220-240
  • Maximum Energy Consumption (W): 840

 

The SSI3 has a transparent hood that lifts up via a hydraulic system so it will function in tight places. All of our shaking incubators feature stainless steel interiors which provide excellent durability and an easy-to-clean surface. Each unit has an easy-to-read LED display. The rotation platform is included with each unit and is self-centering for easy installation.

 

All major functions -- temperature, RPM and time -- have alarms that alert the user to deviations from set parameters. Overtemperature protection is provided via a safety thermostat. Digital keypad operation offers the ability to calibrate the temperature controller to a reference thermometer.

 

To better support the load over years of constant use, we utilize four load bearing positions for optimal weight distribution.