Biosafety cabinet —also called a biological safety cabinet or—is an enclosed, ventilated laboratory workspace for safely working with materials contaminated with pathogens requiring a defined level
With Two operation modes: Type A mode for standard microbiological use and Type B mode for connection to exhaust system when handling hazardous chemical vapors or radionuclides
The Class II is mainly used for handling pathogenic biological samples or for applications that require a sterile work zone.
It is designed to have: an inflow for protecting the operator, an ULPA/HEPA-filtered downflow which creates an ISO Class 3 work surface that prevents cross contamination for protecting the sample, and an ULPA/HEPA-filtered exhaust for protecting the environment.
Dual Electronically Commutated Motors (ECM)
Country of origin: Taiwan