CO₂ Measurement in Life Science Incubators
To make sure that your incubator works properly and maintains the desired CO2 concentration, CO2 must be measured and controlled with great precision. How can this be achieved? Our three experts, Juhani, Maria and Piritta, discuss CO2 measurements in cell-culture incubators. They take a look at the definition of an incubator, typical conditions within incubators and the challenges they pose to correct measurements. Also different CO2 measurement technologies and their benefits were discussed.
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Read more about the speakers below.
Juhani Lehto has over ten years of experience in industrial measurements and sensor technology. He holds a Master of Science degree in Technology from the Aalto University of Espoo, Finland.
Product Area Manager for Industrial Instruments in Vaisala’s Industrial Measurements business area. She has over 15 years of experience of Vaisala’s industrial measurement business. She holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical and Communications Engineering from the Aalto university of Espoo, Finland and an MBA from HSEEE, Helsinki, Finland.
Piritta Maunu has 15 years of experience in biotechnology, having worked in several quality management positions. Maunu holds a degree of M.Sc. (Cell Biology) and is certified to teach with a specialty in General Biology, both degrees from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. In her role at Vaisala, she supports the sales department, assists the quality department with audits, creates educational content for life science customers, and provides application support to R&D teams creating solutions for monitoring critical environments.