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Class II, Type C1 Biosafety Cabinets

The first BSC with the flexibility to convert from A2 to B2 mode. Simple to use, with unmatched chemical safety.

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The Purifier Axiom Class II, Type C1 is the first biological safety cabinet that can be used in a recirculating Type A-mode for standard microbiological work, or can be connected to an exhaust system to function in Type-B mode for handling hazardous chemical vapors or radionuclides. Because of the efficient, well-defined airflow pattern over its work surface, the Axiom is safer and easier to operate than traditional biosafety cabinets.

The Axiom is an R&D 100 Awards for Innovation Finalist.

The patent pending design of the Chem-Zone™ maximizes chemical safety by creating a large, clearly defined area within the enclosure, bringing peace of mind during chemical handling. Other features that make the Axiom safe and easy to operate include its ergonomic Inclination™ Technology, the intuitive MyLogic™ Operating System and Active Protection Protocol.

The Axiom provides protection for personnel, product and the laboratory environment by filtering hazardous particulates and aerosols, such as agents that require Biosafety Level 1, 2 or 3 containment, with the option of venting away hazardous fumes. Type C1 enclosures may also be used for a wide variety of applications that incorporate antineoplastic drugs, genetic material, carcinogens, allergens, or other airborne hazards.



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  • Creation Story of the Axiom Type C1 Biosafety Cabinet

    Brian Garrett feels a deep obligation to provide biosafety equipment that is "as bullet proof as possible" for the protection of the scientists and researchers on the front lines. Every day they make new discoveries and defend us against new risks, new agents and new threats to our health.

  • Class II Type C1 Axiom - Introduction

    The Class II, Type C1 biosafety cabinet can convert between Type A Mode and Type B Mode-as effective as a B2 BSC at about the operating cost of a Type A2 with canopy.
     
    Cost efficiency, energy efficiency, flexibility and safety for BSL 1, 2 and 3 labs, or BSL 4 labs with proper PPE.
  • Tour the Axiom

    This video introduces the The Purifier Axiom Class II, Type C1 Biological Safety Cabinet that operates in Type A mode and Type B mode.

  • Axiom - General Airflow

    The video shows the General Airflow pattern of The Purifier Axiom Class II, Type C1, the only Biological Safety Cabinet to operate in Type A mode and Type B mode.

  • Axiom - ChemZone Airflow

    The video shows the ChemZone Airflow pattern of The Purifier Axiom Class II, Type C1, the only Biological Safety Cabinet to operate in Type A mode and Type B mode.

  • Axiom - Omni-Flex

    This video introduces the Omni-Flex technology available in the Purifier Axiom Class II, Type C1, the only Biological Safety Cabinet to operate in Type A mode and Type B mode.

  • Axiom - Active Protection

    This video shows the Active Protection protocol exclusive to the Purifier Axiom Class II, Type C1, the only Biological Safety Cabinet to operate in Type A mode and Type B mode.

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Brochures

Purifier Axiom Type C1 Biosafety Cabinet Brochure

This 12-page brochure provides an overview, specifications, ordering information and dimensional data on the Purifier Axiom Type C1 Biosafety Cabinet as well as accessory details.

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Compounding Pharmacy Solutions Brochure

Contains information related to selection of enclosures best suited for sterile and non-sterile compounding per U.S. Pharmacopoeia (USP) chapters <795>, <797> and <800>.

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Labconco Capabilities Brochure

This brochure provides an overview of Labconco: our core values, philosophy, our products and our people. It includes photographs of installations of our equipment in laboratories around the United States.

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User's Manuals

User's Manual for Purifier Axiom Biosafety Cabinet

Type C1 Biosafety Cabinet Models:

30441 series, 30448 series, 30461 series, 30468 series

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White Papers

New Class II Type C Biosafety Cabinet

This paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages of current Class II, Type A and B biological safety cabinets and how the new Type C BSC compares with them. Versatility, safety and savings are addressed. A life cycle cost analysis is provided comparing the Type C to A2, A2 with Canopy, B1 and B2. The paper was authored by Brian Garrett, Product Manager at Labconco and LEED Green Associate.

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