Purair LF Laminar Flow Cabinets

INTRODUCTION

Air Science Purair Laminar Flow cabinets are a series of high efficiency products designed to protect equipment and other contents of the work zone from particulates, for applications sensitive to such contamination. It is ideally suited for use with non-hazardous contaminants and when flexible access to the equipment in the work zone is desired. At the heart of the Purair Laminar Flow cabinet product line is the Air Science Multiplex™ ULPA Filtration Technology that creates a clean work environment over a wide range of applications.

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Description

PRODUCT FEATURES:

A. Cabinet lighting located away from laminar flow area.

B. Optional ultraviolet lamp to sterilize and decontaminate work zone and cabinet contents between operating periods.

C. Optional Night Door/Cover to protect cabinet interior when blowers are off. Contains UV radiation when UV activated.

D. Disposable polyester fiber pre-filter with 85% arrestance.

E. Long-life Camfil-Farr ULPA main filter with efficiency of 99.999% at particle sizes between 0.1 to 0.3 μm.

F. Side window that allows ambient illumination into the chamber and provides users with an unobstructed view of its contents from three sides. Side windows not available on stainless steel models.

G. GFCI outlet to power equipment in cabinet.

H. ebmpapst™ external rotor blower.

I. Control panel On/Off switch for fan, lighting, GFCI outlets, Minihelic ULPA pressure gauge to measure filter performance, UV lamp key switch.

J. Fan speed control.

K. Base Stand: Optional mobile cart with locking casters, includes a convenient lower shelf.

L. Stainless steel work surface with ULPA filter spill-retention lip on HLF units.

M. Ergonomically angled front improves reach and comfort.

N. MICROgone™ antimicrobial coating on all painted metal surfaces minimizes contamination – white color.

O. Protected work zone environment created for optimum product performance.

P. Optional IV Bar with “S” hooks.

Q. Optional petcock service fixture (Maximum 4 per unit).