- The type of application (certification requirements, and vessel type and quantity)
- The precise temperature requirements for the application
- The ambient temperature
- Further information about the installation site (space available in the laboratory)
Maintain control over the entire incubation process - at a glance!
The clear dashboard shows the target and actual...
Without additional software, you can set weekly programs easily and directly on the device in a real-time calendar. The...
Numerous events and alarm functions are individually adjustable to protect your samples even in case of power failure....
The slim design requires little space. This offers you up to 50 % more usable space with the same footprint.
Less risk of drying out and a uniquely stable and even temperature control of your cultures, due to the advantages of a...
By integrating only one door, you get fast and convenient access with just one hand.
In addition, the Hettich Telescope...
The refrigerated versions of the HettCube are always needed when samples require stable temperatures below 37°C. The cooling of refrigerated incubators creates optimum sample conditions in non-air-conditioned rooms or if the air-conditioning fails.
The HettCube offers more validated usable space than comparable products, thus saving a lot of valuable floor space in the laboratory.
A non-refrigerated HettCube operates from 1 °C above room temperature. Accordingly, the lower temperature limit of the HettCube varies with the room temperature in the laboratory. At a stable ambient room temperature of 21 °C, the HettCube will be able to reliably operate in a temperature from 22 °C to 65 °C.
So the non-refrigerated incubator is a more affordable option where- or whenever you can be certain of having a stable room temperature. You should opt for a refrigerated version if room temperatures fluctuate or incubation temperatures are low.
Our HettCubes allow you to choose between:
HETTICH has developed a special "Holiday Mode" for the entire HettCube range, specifically for times when you're away and unable to tend the lab. Our video explains exactly how it works.
The sturdy telescopic rails of the Hettich Telescop System (HTS) can be extended horizontally by up to 70%. This allows the user to easily reach the samples in every corner.
You will find the serial number of your HettCube on the product nameplate affixed to the back of the device.