First and most important is the high frequency fluorescent lighting system. Secondly is the air filtration system, and thirdly the
electronic humidification system. The high frequency (20kHz) lighting system is important for eliminating the stroboscopic effect
of the power's supply 50Hz on the fluorescent lamps that disturbs-affect insects.
The special carbon filtration system built in the
chamberís airflow controls odor emissions from insects. The electronic humidification system is a atomizer that produces very fine
water droplets that allows high precision control of the relative humidity.
All chambers come standard with an internal second
glass door for convenient sample viewing. The carefully designed airflow system generates evenly distributed airflow across all shell
locations. Temperature uniformity and rapid recovery are always maintained, even under heavy loads. Microprocessor-based PID controls
provides precise temperature & humidity control.
CDR E. CHRYSSAGIS provides entomological research chambers especially designed for studying drosophila, bees & any other insects
within a controllable environment. These chambers are comprehensively engineered systems, providing precise control of a wide
range of environmental climate conditions.
Many standard features of the normal plant growth chambers are incorporated in the
design of these chambers, but GRWi series have some special and important features.