BINDER GmbH
Welcome to BINDER

Professional environmental simulation in the climate chamber or incubator

Welcome to BINDER GmbH in Tuttlingen, Germany, the world's largest manufacturer of serial-production environmental simulation chambers for scientific or industrial laboratories. We specialize in the perfect simulation of biological, chemical and physical environmental conditions in the climate chamber or incubator.

BINDER incubators – Laboratory technology made in Germany

Our range of products includes environmental simulation chambers such as CO2 and refrigerated incubator,, climate chambers, material test chambers and heating ovens. To maintain our high quality standards, all our products are manufactured exclusively in our state-of-the-art plant in Germany. We are very proud at BINDER to be able to bring you value and leading edge technology. Therefore, we will continuously invest in the development of our products.

BINDER simulation chamber – International market leader

Today, BINDER GmbH is an international market leader in climate chambers and incubators with offices in New York, Moscow, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Our products are used successfully in scientific and industrial laboratories throughout the world. Every simulation chamber and incubator from BINDER optimally supports our customers in their daily laboratory work. Thanks to the state-of-the-art technology of BINDER in the research industry and production / development, excellent results are always guaranteed.

News from BINDER

BINDER Innovation Prize 2015
November 2014

BINDER Innovation Prize 2015

Applications for the 2015 call for proposals may be submitted to the German Society of Cell Biology (DGZ), Heidelberg, until January 15, 2105.

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Calculation program for CO2 incubators
November 2014

Calculation program for CO2 incubators

Calculate the contamination risk, the cleaning time and the running costs of your CO2 incubator.

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Microbiological incubators from BINDER
November 2014

Microbiological incubators from BINDER

On the trail of microorganisms with BINDER incubators

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