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Versatile Safety Enclosure Provides Controlled Laboratory Environments

Published: Thursday, February 21, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, February 21, 2013
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New Lab-Bubble™ from Asynt to provide many different types of safety or controlled environments.

Available from Asynt Ltd - the Lab-Bubble™ is a versatile piece of containment equipment that can be used to provide many different types of safety or controlled environments simply by using additional components to change the function of the enclosure.

The Lab-Bubble™ is designed and tested in various configurations for applications including handling of chemicals and powders, weighing, biological sample handling and PCR preparation.

The environment in the Lab-Bubble™ can be controlled for humidity (20-55% RH) using a dry Nitrogen glove box and temperature (15-30°C).

The air extraction on Lab-Bubble™ is provided via a small box section fan filtration system that incorporates a safe change HEPA / carbon combination filter.

Affordably priced - Lab-Bubble™ can be used as a simple storage unit and also as a demonstration/ teaching unit.

The construction of the main body of Lab-Bubble™ is from 6mm clear moulded cast acrylic that ensures excellent visibility and is easily cleaned.

The base section is durably constructed from chemically resistant, 10mm thick High Density Polyethylene. (HDP).


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