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Boekel Medium Analog Incubators (2.5 cu ft)

Boekel Medium Analog Incubators (2.5 cu ft)

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139300, 139300-2
This medium sized analog incubator is excellent for a wide range of medical, industrial, research and food testing applications. Supplied with a thermometer and three shelves. Unit has a solid door, mechanical latch, and one internal power outlet.

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Boekel analog incubators are manufactured in the United States from 22 Ga steel, and the exterior is powder coated for scratch and stain resistance. The interior is easy-to-clean aluminum. All analog incubators come with a thermometer and built in thermometer port. The operating temperature range of the chamber is from ambient +10 to 90°C. Each incubator has a circulation fan to improve warming time and temperature stability. All units include a digital laboratory timer and shelves.

Boekel analog incubators use a hydraulic thermostat for control of temperature and a separate on/off switch. The 115 volt analog incubators meet UL and CSA requirements and all 230 volt units are CE marked. Ideal for a wide range of applications including culturing organisms, warming of samples, E. coli tests, diagnostic protocols for water, wastewater, food and beverage testing, clinical, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, and biotech testing. These robust incubators are designed for use in research, industrial, food, and medical laboratories.


  • Steel and aluminum construction
  • Medium size incubator
  • Includes thermometer and built in thermometer port
  • Analog Dial Control
  • Heating pilot light indicates when heater is on
  • Small footprint
  • Mechanical latch
  • Holds up to five shelves, supplied with two


  • Pharmacy use
  • Warm packs for phlebotomy
  • Drinking water testing
  • Water quality testing
  • Incubating assays
  • Throat cultures
  • Incubating E. coli
  • Broth incubation
  • Incubating petrifilm
  • Heating histology slides
  • Food sample testing
  • Incubating petri dishes


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  CCC 1.4a CCC 2.5a CCC 5.0a
Chamber Volume 1.4 cu. ft. 2.5 cu. ft. 5.0 cu. ft.
Chamber Dimen. (in.) 13-1/2 x 13-1/2
x 13-1/2
17 x 17 x 15 17 x 17 x 30
W x D x H (cm) 34.3 x 34.3 x 34.3 43.2 x 43.2 x 38.1 43.2 x 43.2 x 76.2
Temperature Range Ambient +10°C
to 90°C
Ambient +10°C
to 90°C
Ambient +10°C
to 90°C
Stability @ 37°C ±1°C ±1°C ±1°C
Uniformity @ 37°C ±1.5°C ±1.5°C ±1.5°C
Shelves Included 2 2 3
Max. No. Shelves* 4 5 6
Shelf Area 1.26 ft.2 2.0 ft.2 2.0 ft.2
Dimensions (in.) 15-1/8 x 19 x
19-1/8 x 23 x 21 19-1/8 x 23 x 36
W x D x H (cm) 38.4 x 48.3 x 49.5 48.6 x 58.4 x 53.3 48.6 x 58.4 x 91.4
Shipping Weight 36 lbs./16.3 kg 47.5 lbs./21.5 kg 74 lbs./33.6 kg

Ordering Information

Catalog NumberSizeElectricalDoor Style
CCC 1.4a Analog Incubator      
139200 1.4 cu. ft. 115 volt/60 Hz Solid
139200-2 1.4 cu. ft. 230 volt/50-60 Hz* Solid
CCC 2.5a Analog Incubator      
139300 2.5 cu. ft. 115 volt/60 Hz Solid
139300-2 2.5 cu. ft. 230 volt/50-60 Hz* Solid
CCC 5.0a Analog Incubator      
139400 5 cu. ft. 115 volt/60 Hz Solid
139400-2 5 cu. ft. 230 volt/50-60 Hz* Solid
139425 5 cu. ft. 115 volt/60 Hz See-thru
139425-2 5 cu. ft. 230 volt/50-60 Hz* See-thru
*230V units are supplied with continental European plug.


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