Ductless exhaust hoods contain an integral blower and filter stacks, carbon for vapors, HEPA/ULPA for particles, that allow indoor release of exhaust air. Use when ducting to a remote blower or in-house exhaust system is not practical and fumes are annoyances, not health threats; not intended for use with biohazards.
Removes surface-deposited particles from personnel with class 100 HEPA filtered air prior. Uniform pattern of nozzles arranged on walls and ceiling ensures effective distribution of filtered air; contaminated air exhausted through wall-mounted vents. Programmable, solid-state microprocessor panel controls access door.
LED and fluorescent models available, in 4' x 2' ceiling-mount panels or LED strips for mounting on ceiling T-bars
Turnkey solution for contamination-free amplification of nucleic acids. Portable, benchtop hoods supply HEPA filtered air to maintain an ISO 5 environment. Safe UV disinfection module sterilizes work area.
Lead-lined hoods with one-piece stainless steel liner to effectively contain radiochemicals. RADIOSAFE Series hoods provide ISO class 5 airflow.
USP 800-compliant, Class I containment enclosure for non-sterile compounding of hazardous drugs. To comply with USP 800 standards, the unit must be operated within an ISO 8 cleanroom.
Durable; resistant to corrosion, chemicals/solvents, and rust. Making it the preferred material wherever frequent cleaning and sterilization are required.
Powder Coated Steel
Powder-coated steel vessels are more economical than stainless steel and offer excellent corrosion resistance. However, they demsontrate higher evaporation rates, making them less suitable for extended storage.
FreeZone Freeze Dry Systems by Labconco with a corrosion resistant PTFE-coated collector coil have a brushed stainless steel and glacier white, powder-coated steel exterior.
Offers excellent corrosion and chemical resistance while extending the life of the Steel
Epoxy Resin; tested resistance to: damage from common organic compounds and volatile/non-volatile chemicals, bacteria and fungus; Heat deflection up to 325°F (167.2°C); Self-extinguishing surface; Non-absorbent and corrosion resistant; Non-reactive and low-sheen uniform finish
Fiber glass is strong, long-lasting, non-conductive, radio frequency transparent, and it also absorbs sound waves.
The non-porous surface of glass is easy to clean and resists most detergents, but electrostatic charges may accumulate on its surface
Designated for use with BSL Class I and II organisms, such as E.coli. 70% of air is recirculated within the hood, 30% of the air is exhausted through a HEPA filter.
Class II B2
Protects users, products and environments from hazardous agents that require Biosafety Level 1, 2 or 3 containment. Dedicated exhaust system and remote blower discharge 100% of filtered exhaust air. Suitable for use with hazardous chemicals and fumes.
Class II C1
Toggle between A2 and B2 configurations. Protects personnel, product and lab environment by maintaining complete containment in event of exhaust system failure. For Biosafety Level (BSL) 1, 2, and 3 containment or BSL 4 with PPE
Freestanding, undercounter and ADA compliant labware washers are designed for use with beakers and other wide-mouth general purpose lab glasswares. Labconco SteamScrubber and FlaskScrubbers are versatile units with an array of accessories to accommodate various glassware heights.
Narrow-neck glasswares such as flasks require a lab washer with spindles. FlaskScrubber Washers by Labconco feature spindles and a patented vacuum drying system that ensures flasks are completely dry.