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Laminar Flow Cabinet

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A laminar flow cabinet keeps a controlled work surface for applications requiring a sterile work space whereas contaminant access is being prevented by a constant filtered airflow across the surface.

Esco's laminar flow cabinet is a product of robust engineering combined with strategic ergonomic design. It provides long-term reliability and ultimate user comfort making it ideal for use in electronics assembly, plant tissue culture, culture media preparation, and other non-hazardous applications that need sterile environment.

Must-have features to consider:

  • Low power consumption of only 155 watts
  • Low noise emmission of only 52 dBA
  • Equipped with DC ECM blower that saves up to 70% of energy
  • Cost-effective ULPA filter (ISO class 3 work zone) with >99.999% efficiency at 0.1-0.3 μm which is 10x better compared to HEPA filter.
  • With fixed and sliding sash option for vertical models
  • Intuitive and ergonomic Sentinel™ Gold Microprocessor Controller
  • Stable and self-compensating airflow


Horizontal Laminar Flow Cabinet Airflow

Horizontal Laminar Flow Cabinet provides a sterile work zone through a purified air that travels in a horizontal, unidirectional stream and leaves the main work chamber across the entire open front of the cabinet.

Applications:

  • Plant tissue culture
  • Media plate preparation
  • Electronics inspection
  • Medical device assembly
Vertical Laminar Flow Cabinet Airflow

Vertical Laminar Flow Cabinet provides sample protection as purified air travels across the working zone of the cabinet in a vertical, unidirectional stream and leaves the main work chamber across the entire open front of the cabinet. Most vertical laminar flow benches also have perforations at the back wall of the work zone which are designed to eliminate air turbulence and the possibility of dead air corners in the work zone.

Applications:
  • Microbiology (non-pathogenic)
  • Forensics
  • Sterile product compounding

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