NuAire has teamed up with Hitachi Koki himac to offer High-Speed, Refrigerated, General-purpose Ultra, and Micro Ultracentrifuges to provide our customers with a reliable separation solution.
NuAire, Inc. offers two Biological Safety Cabinet designs, the LabGard® ES and the CellGard™ ES (Energy Saver) Class II, Type A2 models, available in four widths (3ft., 4ft., 5ft., & 6ft.). The LabGard® has a straight front 0° (vertical), the CellGard™ model features a 10° sloped front window, with a vertical sliding window encased in a frame that opens 30° to aid in cleaning behind the sash.
While searching for that extra degree of safety in your laboratory or trying to remove fumes/gases from the laboratory environment NuAire has the proper canopy connections to exhaust your Class II, Type A2 Biological Safety Cabinet.
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NuAire has partnered with AWEL International to bring you a full line of centrifuges.
Field certification of Biological Safety Cabinets (BSC’s) is regulated by the NSF/ANSI 49 Standard, Biosafety Cabinetry: Design, Construction, Performance, and Field Certification, Annex F Field Tests. Section F.1, Field Certification Preconditions and Intervals, discusses when it is necessary to certify BSC’s.
NuAire’s Polypropylene NU-162 and NU-164 By-Pass Fume Hoods are manufactured using ½ inch stressrelieved, fully seam-welded, white 100% Polypropylene.
Coming soon to North and South America through NuAire, Inc. Awel International, based in France, has designed and developed a new line of innovative centrifuges based on a quarter of a century of experience in centrifugation. NuAire’s relations
The topic of canopy versus hard connection of Class II, Type A2 Biological Safety Cabinet (BSC's) has long been a matter of discussion over the years.
Use of modern day Biological Safety cabinets (BSC’s) began in the early 1970’s with BSC’s that were manufactured to the NIH-03-112C Standard and subsequently the NSF Standard 49.