Ideal for fast O2 transition studies, the VelO2x system is designed to provide a controlled and isolated environment where rapid changes in O2 is required, ideal for use within animal research models. VelO2x allows the researcher to better understand the impact that rapidly changing oxygen levels has in conditions such as sleep apnea, hypertension, pulmonary dysfunction and ischemia and others.
The VelO2x system features Baker Ruskinn’s proprietary gas mixing technology, the ICONIC Gas Mixer, to provide pinpoint control of O2 directly to the chamber. Other key features of the VelO2x include:
Relevant Research Applications include but are not limited to:
In addition to the VelO2x, Baker & Baker Ruskinn feature the following complimentary equipment solution:
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In 2011, the company acquired Ruskinn Technology Ltd., one of the world’s leading suppliers of gas-controlled, anaerobic, and modified atmosphere workstations for use in medical microbiology, cell biology, cancer research, molecular medicine and stem cell laboratories.