Vertical Laminar Flow Cabinet provides sample protection as purified air travels across the working zone of the cabinet in a vertical, unidirectional stream and leaves the main work chamber across the entire open front of the cabinet. Most vertical laminar flow benches also have perforations at the back wall of the work zone which are designed to eliminate air turbulence and the possibility of dead air corners in the work zone.
Lorderan laminar air flow cabinet is a product of robust engineering combined with strategic ergonomic design. It provides long-term reliability and ultimate user comfort making it ideal for non-hazardous applications that need a sterile environment.
- LCD Display: Airflow velocity, UV timer, UV work time, system work time, real time.
- Waterproof socket : 2 waterproof sockets are located in the side panel, for optimum convenience of using small devices inside the cabinet.
- UV lamp :Emission of 253.7 nanometers for most efficient decontamination.
- Side glass window: The transparent side glass windows maximize light and visibility inside the cabinet,providing a bright and open working environment.
Can a laminar flow cabinet be used when working with microorganisms?
A laminar flow cabinet that is also known as a laminar clean bench, provides a sterile working environment for samples and work processes such as media plate preparation. It should not be used when working with infectious materials as it doesn't give users protection.
What is the difference between vertical and horizontal laminar flow cabinet?
A vertical laminar flow cabinet is recommended if there is a need to put large objects/equipment inside the working area, since there is no blocking of the airflow, while a horizontal laminar flow cabinet is recommended if samples are sensitive since the airflow will not directly blow to the samples.
What is the purpose of UV light in a laminar flow cabinet?
UV light is used to sterilize the working area before and after procedures are performed.
How to store HEPA or ULPA filters properly?
Filters should be kept in their original packaging and should not be exposed to dampness, excessive heat, cold or rapidly changing temperatures. These filters can tolerate up to 95% humidity; anything higher can cause the filter media to block and fail.