AirClean® Systems Combination Workstation combines an ISO 5 (FS209E) Class 100 clean air environment with UV light sterilization for optimal protection from sample contamination. Raising the bi-fold sash turns off the UV light and enables the blower.
Features • UVTect™ microprocessor controller • Class 100 (ISO 5) vertical laminar flow air • Polycarbonate and polypropylene design to reflect UV energy • Full access folding sash • Unibody plastic design - no joints or gaps in construction • Digital UV light timer 0-59 minutes • Lab event timer • 24″, 32″, and 48″ widths; nominal depth 24″ • 110V AC or 220V AC versions (24″ only offered as 110V)
UVTect™ Features • Variable speed blower control • 254 nm ultraviolet light with user set digital timer • Constant HEPA filter monitoring • Constantly monitors and alerts effectiveness of the shortwave UV bulb life • Lab event timer
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