A cleanroom is a rigorously controlled environment that has a low level of environmental pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles and chemical vapors. The air entering a clean room is filtered and then continuously circulated
Polypropylene Horizontal Laminar Flow Clean Bench
Clean ISO 5 air for a variety of applications
Provide ductless horizontal laminar air flow and ample width for multiple users
All clean benches feature dual-wall construction
UVTect™ controller constantly monitors HEPA filter conditions
A clarification to our readers regarding an entry in the "Cleanroom Products" section of our November Product Resource Guide 2012.
Vertical Laminar Flow (VLF) Station
Incorporates fan/filter modules with either 99.99% efficient HEPA or 99.999% efficient ULPA filters to provide a contaminant-free work environment
Fabricated of powder-coated or 304 stainless steel
Includes transparent side panels that restrict the laminar flow to ensure an effective wash of HEPA-filtered air over the entire work surface; cleanroom compatible
Choice of clean room casework, or furniture, is one of the most important decisions made when setting up classified space. Cabinets and associated doors, hinges, handles, panels, benchtops, shelving, and vertical/horizontal surfaces must be compatibl
Although the principles of clean room design go back more than 150 years to the beginning of bacterial control in hospitals, the
clean room itself is a relatively modern development. It was the need for a clean environment for industrial manufacturi
Holding up to workloads in classified space.