Climate Chamber

Automated Cabinets for Environmental Control & Monitoring

Control Your Experiment Conditions

The environmental control chambers were specifically designed for indirect calorimetry experiments. The environment becomes part of the experiment with temperature, light and humidity under tight software control. Visual inspection of the experimental animals is possible through windows equipped with a filter foil blocking all external light from the visible spectrum in mice. Red light illuminates the chamber during programmed dark phases. The chambers also reduce noise to a minimum compared to open housing conditions.

These versatile chambers are the perfect solution for research requiring meticulous environmental control, such as:

  • Understanding thermoregulation and its impact on metabolism.
  • Studying the effects of temperature challenges on physiological responses.
  • Investigating brown fat activation mechanisms and their role in energy expenditure.


Specifically designed for indirect calorimetry experiments

Ideal for thermos-neutrality and temperature challenges, fully integrated & automated

Software-based, programmable control of light, temperature, and humidity

Humidity monitoring and control

Fast execution of programmed temperature changes

Constant high air circulation and very even temperature distribution

Tailored Solutions Available in Three Sizes

Our premium line of environmental control chambers, meticulously designed to meet AAALAC / FELASA guidelines, allow detailed studies on temperature challenge and circadian effects. Available in three sizes—Small, Medium, and Large—our chambers offer unparalleled versatility and reliability for your research needs. The Large chamber boasts the highest capacity on the market, accommodating up to 18 cages, while all sizes ensure stable temperature control across a wide range.

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Metabolic cage system for mouse, rat or larger animals. Suitable for calorimetry, behavioral and physiological studies.

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