BOD Incubators

BOD Incubators are named for biochemical oxygen demand analysis (or, depending on your preferred terminology, "biological oxygen demand" analysis), most commonly used to measure organic water pollution and commonly performed by wastewater treatment facilities, environmental laboratories, beverage manufacturing QC labs, and other labs concerned with microbial levels in an aqueous solution.

The most commonly used procedure for BOD is from the "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater" published by the APHA. While that standard doesn't specify using Peltier-cooled incubators, Peltier-cooled incubators have become very commonplace for BOD testing in the United States. (Not all the incubators listed here are Peltier cooled; we leave that decision to you. If you want to only see Peltier-cooled incubators, go here.)

Our heated and refrigerated BOD incubators come in a very wide range of sizes, from small benchtop incubators to large, multi-door incubators, and have various temperature ranges to meet a wide variety of application requirements.