Galaxy® 48 R

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Galaxy® 48 R

Stackable CO2 incubator with 48 L capacity, advanced model More information

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The Galaxy 48 R CO2 Incubator is a mid-sized, 48 liter incubator designed to optimize performance in applications that require a higher level of isolation and can be used in small labs. The 48 R series of incubators feature a large backlit display with on screen help menu, control and data logging of temperature, CO2, door openings, alarms, and optional O2 gas and humidity monitoring.


  • 48 Liter (1.7 ft3) provides mid-sized capacity within a small footprint
  • Options: High Temp. Disinfection (4 hour at 120 °C), O2 control (e.g. for hypoxic studies), 2-split inner glass door
  • Fanless design offers more usable space
  • Six-sided direct heating system provides a uniform incubated environment
  • Deep-drawn, easy-to-clean stainless steel chamber without seams or welds
  • Low gas consumption
  • Integrated alarm relay
 Galaxy® 48 R
BioCommand® softwareoptional
Display readoutTemperature and CO2 level, 72-hour data/chart logger, alarm settings
In-line gas regulatorstandard
Outside door viewing windowstandard
Perforated shelvesstandard
Seamless chamberstandard
Capacity48 L
Displaystandard display
Dimensions (W × D × H)48,3 × 47,5 × 64,5 cm / 19,0 × 18,7 × 25,4 in
Weight w/o accessories31,8 kg / 70,1 lb
High temperature disinfection (HTD)
Sealed inner glass doors
Segmented doors2 segments
Temperature control increment±0.1 °C
Temperature stability at 37 °C±0.1 °C
Temperature rangeAmbient +4 °C to 50 °C
Temperature uniformity±0.3 °C
CO2 range0.1 – 20 %
CO2 control increment±0.1 %
CO2 stability at 5 % CO2±0.2 %
CO2 uniformity±0.1 %
Number of shelves (standard/max)3/6
Data export interfaceRS-232, VisioNize® box
Benchtop (B), Under Bench (U), Floor (F) or Stackable (S)B, U, F, S (x2)
Access port1
On-board data loggingstandard
Water/Humidity monitoring
BMS relaystandard
Galaxy® 48 R
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