CO2 incubators are essential tools in cell culture and research, providing a controlled environment for the growth and maintenance of cells, tissues, and organisms. These sophisticated incubators create a highly regulated atmosphere, including temperature, humidity, and carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, to mimic the conditions necessary for cell proliferation, differentiation, and experimentation.
By simulating the natural physiological environment, CO2 incubators facilitate studying cell behaviour, biochemical processes, drug development, and other applications. Researchers can cultivate diverse cell types, including mammalian, insect, and plant cells, with utmost precision and reproducibility. These incubators also find application in pharmaceutical, biotechnological, and medical research and clinical laboratories, where controlled conditions are crucial for maintaining cell cultures and studying disease mechanisms.