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Laboratory Hoods, Laminar Flow, Vertical

Definition : Laminar flow hoods designed to create a vertical laminar airflow in the working area, providing an appropriate environment in which sterile materials such as culture media and drug preparations do not become contaminated. Vertical laminar flow hoods typically include blowers and may include a high-efficiency particulate-air (HEPA) filter for the inflow of air. Vertical laminar flow hoods are used in clinical laboratories and to prepare drugs (including cytostatics) under sterile conditions; they do not protect the operator from the materials under preparation. They are not biological safety enclosures and should not be used when infectious or potentially infectious materials are handled.

Entry Terms : "Vertical Laminar Air Flow Clean Benches"

UMDC code : 24160

   

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BDK Luft- und Reinraumtechnik GmbH

BDK Luft- und Reinraumtechnik GmbH

NuAire Inc

NuAire has been universally recognized as the leader in providing laboratory professionals with reliable products for the most demanding environments. NuAire manufactures Biological Safety Cabinets, CO2 Water-Jacketed Incubators, Laminar Air Flow Equipment, Ultra Low Temperature Freezers, and variety of complementary products and systems to serve the needs of the world's laboratory community.

Terra Universal Inc

Terra creates solutions for application-specific manufacturing challenges, quickly and economically. Terra's manufacturing complex in Fullerton, California includes latest-technology CNC sheet metal and plastic equipment along with complete welding, electronics, and metal finishing shops.

VWR International PBI srl

VWR International PBI srl

Weiss GWE GmbH

Weiss GWE GmbH

Weiss Klimatechnik GmbH

Weiss Klimatechnik GmbH

Weiss Klimatechnik Polska Sp z o o

Weiss Klimatechnik Polska Sp z o o

Weiss Klimatechnik Russia

Weiss Klimatechnik Russia

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