Growing Focus on R&D to Boost United States Incubator Industry


Published on : May 27, 2016

Albany, New York, May 26, 2016: Market Research Hub has added a new research report to its ever-expanding collection of market intelligent documents on machinery. The latest report is titled “United States Incubator Industry 2016 Market Research Report” and documents the growth of this regional market over the recent past while providing a forecast projection for the same. The report thus serves as an in-depth study on the current state of the U.S. incubator industry and how it is expected to develop in the near future.

Incubators provide the optimal environment for the culture of an organism. Cultures require specific environmental conditions, including temperature and pressure, to thrive. Incubators provide the perfect solution for the development of cultures in environments that are otherwise not conducive to the organisms. Early instances of incubators were found in the 1700s, when mechanical incubators were newly invented in France. It took till 1881 for the first commercial mechanical incubator line to be introduced by Hearson. Most modern incubators are used to provide a sustainable environment to microorganisms and eukaryotic cultures but a diversified branch of incubators is also used for prematurely born infants. These infants can be both human and animal. Specialized incubators can also be used to provide a medically stable environment to hypothermic patients.

Alternatively, incubators are also used in hatching centers for the rapid and healthy development of poultry for consumption. In the healthcare sector, incubators are used for the storage of drugs and samples in hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, vaccination generation centers, and research laboratories.

Some of the key equipment used in an incubation system are mechanical ventilation, CPAP mechanisms, oxygen supplementation, pulse oximeter, intravenous provisions, neonatal defibrillators, cardio-respiratory monitors, and neonatal ventilators. Most vendors in the U.S. incubator industry are capable of supplying these equipment to hospitals and other medical institutions for neonatal incubation purposes.

In the case of microbiological incubators, modern machines include pH monitors, humidifiers, gas concentration monitors, and built-in thermostats. A special variant of the conventional culture incubator is the carbon dioxide incubator, which facilitates the optimum CO2 concentration for the development of certain cultures. Another variant is the hand compressor cooled incubator, which provides a temperature that is controlled and lower than the room temperature. The advantage that such incubators provide is the negation of sounds and vibrations that are usually generated by compressors.

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A common property that most culture incubators come with today is ease of sterilization. They also comprise a facility that helps users fumigate them periodically.

The report highlights the key players in the U.S. incubator industry. This list includes Labnet, Panasonic, Jeio Tech, Memmert, Thermotron, Hettich, Weiss, ESPEC, Binder, and Thermo Scientific. For each key player, the report provides a look at their company profile, complete with product pictures and product specifications. This competitive landscape additionally includes a SWOT analysis for each player and a discussion on their capacities, revenue streams, production rates and capacities, pricing, costing, and gross values.

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