Chambers and incubators

Chambers for studying exchange rates over the sediment-water interface are normally manufactured in POM or coated titanium.

Stirring devices creating calibrated flow regimes over the sediment surface are manufactured with a feed-back check of the stirring rate.

Water sub-sampling within and outside the chamber at discrete time intervals are optional, as is an hydraulically driven shovel for recovery of the incubated sediment core.

Reference list for Deep-sea benthic chamber and incubator

Dr. Ronni Glud,
Marine Biological Laboratory,
University of Copenhagen,
Helsingør, Denmark
Prof. Bo Barker, Jørgensen,
Max-Planck Institute,
Bremen, Germany

Source: KC Denmark A/S