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Introducing our Metal Free Cabinet Class II A2, designed specifically for medical facilities and laboratories in need of a sterile environment. This cabinet is constructed without any metal components, ensuring no risk of corrosion or contamination. The Class II A2 design provides protection for both personnel and the environment, with an inflow of air that is 70% recirculated and 30% exhausted, while maintaining a negative pressure to prevent any potential biohazardous particles from escaping. The cabinet also features a HEPA filter to further purify the air, making it suitable for handling hazardous microorganisms and pathogens. With its advanced technology and metal-free construction, our Class II A2 cabinet is an essential addition to any medical or laboratory setting.

  • Applications

    • Pharmaceutical Compounding: In pharmaceutical compounding laboratories, where precise measurements and handling of delicate compounds are crucial, metal-free cabinets ensure that the materials remain uncontaminated by metallic particles. This is especially important for compounding medications with specific pH requirements or those prone to chemical reactions with metals.
    • Nanotechnology Research: Laboratories working with nanomaterials, which are extremely sensitive to contamination, often use metal-free cabinets to prevent any interference from metallic particles. This ensures the purity and integrity of the research samples and results.
    • Biotechnology and Genetic Research: In genetic research laboratories, where DNA and RNA samples are handled, metal-free cabinets are essential to prevent any contamination that could affect the accuracy of experiments or lead to false results. These cabinets provide an ideal environment for conducting sensitive genetic research.
    • Microelectronics Manufacturing: In microelectronics manufacturing facilities, where even tiny metal particles can cause defects in semiconductor devices, metal-free cabinets are used to handle sensitive components and materials. This ensures the quality and reliability of the manufactured electronic products.
    • Food and Beverage Testing: Laboratories involved in testing food and beverage products for contaminants or conducting sensitive analyses, such as allergen testing or microbial analysis, may use metal-free cabinets to prevent any metal contamination that could affect the accuracy of test results.
    • Forensic Analysis: Forensic laboratories handling delicate evidence, such as trace evidence or biological samples, utilize metal-free cabinets to ensure the integrity of the evidence and prevent any contamination that could compromise the investigation.
    • Chemical Research and Analysis: Laboratories conducting research on highly reactive chemicals or conducting sensitive chemical analyses may use metal-free cabinets to prevent any interference from metal particles, ensuring the accuracy and safety of experiments.
    • Medical Device Manufacturing: In facilities involved in the manufacturing of medical devices, particularly those made from materials sensitive to metal contamination, metal-free cabinets are used to handle components and ensure the quality and safety of the final products.

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