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Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] shaker in an incubator - Please forgive any cross posting.
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2017 08:45:33 -0400
Reply-To: ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**PRINCETON.EDU>
Why put the shaker in an incubator when you can put the incubator in a shaker?
DISCLAIMER: I am referencing my own corporate web site; other companies obviously make and sell these:
That said, the Talboys line of regular shakers are designed to be run in CO2 environments, incubators, and cold rooms from 14 to 140 =B0F, maximum 80% humidity, non-condensing. Just one example http://www.safetyemporium.com/23021http://www.safetyemporium.com/23021
So the first thing I would do if the scientist wants to proceed with the plan is check that their model is rated for these kinds of conditions.
I have no information with respect to regulatory issues, if any.
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I have a scientist who wants to put a small shaker unit into an incubator. The scientist and safety person in me are saying NO, but I would like to be able to quote something that can say no regulatory wise. If you have seen/done this, please share that information with me as well.
I am working on finding information on this, but there is not much out there on this kind of process.
Can any of you assist with this situation?
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