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Purifier® Cell Logic® Biosafety Cabinet

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•    Ergonomic and safe research station for cell research applications
•    Scope-Ready™ option allows a microscope to be safely integrated into the biosafety cabinet
•    Temp-Zone™ option incorporates a temperature controlled area to the work surface
•    Meets ISO Class 5 (formerly Class 100) conditions per ISO 14 644-1 and -2
•    The Logic’s ECM is the most energy efficient motor in the industry and incorporates the patented filter monitoring system

Cabinets are specially designed with cell researchers in mind, while also providing protection from hazardous particulates such as agents that require biosafety level 1, 2, or 3 containment. Laminar flow cabinets are designed to discharge HEPA-filtered exhaust air directly into the laboratory. Filter monitoring system uses an electronically commutated motor (ECM) to precisely control airflow without the need for airflow sensors. The motor is programmed to consistently deliver the precise volume of air required, even as filters load. The ECM consumes up to 60% less energy than conventional motors.

All contaminated ducts are under or surrounded by negative pressure. The negative pressure plenums capture any contamination, and force the air through the HEPA filter, preventing its escape into the laboratory. Supply and exhaust HEPA filters are 99.99% efficient.

Angled, tempered safety glass sash with counterbalanced, antiracking mechanism is sloped at 10° for closer, more comfortable viewing than vertical sashes offer. The sash may be fully closed when the cabinet is not in use. Large 21.7" (54 cm) sash opening height and 27.0" (69 cm) viewing height offer greater viewing area and easy access for loading and cleaning. LCD information center is mounted on the interior right side wall in the user’s line of sight for at-a-glance monitoring of cabinet conditions. Unobstructed work area includes a hermetically sealed type 304 stainless steel liner and removable stamped, one-piece dished work surface with lift knobs. Contain-Air™ negative pressure channel draws air in, preventing loss of containment at the top of the sash.

Product Purifier® Cell Logic® Biosafety Cabinet
Company Cole-Parmer
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Cole-Parmer
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