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Non-ventilated Enclosures

These still-air enclosures provide a circulation-free work area designed to reduce cross contamination. 

Non-ventilated Enclosures
Non-Ventilated PCR Enclosure
Purifier Non-Ventilated PCR Enclosures

The Purifier Non-Ventilated PCR Enclosures, provide a circulation-free work area designed to reduce cross contamination during polymerase chain reaction experiments.

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Purifier Non-Ventilated Tissue Culture Enclosures
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These enclosures may be used for culture manipulation of non-hazardous samples.

Purifier Non-Ventilated Enclosures provide a circulation-free work area designed to reduce cross contamination. These enclosures have an ultraviolet light that decontaminates surfaces and denatures trace DNA during periods of non-use. Bi-fold doors close the sash opening while the UV light is in use to prevent inadvertent personnel exposure and contaminants from entering the enclosure.

The Purifier Non-Ventilated PCR Enclosures, designed for conducting polymerase chain reaction procedures, include a UV light timer that allows the user to select from eight time settings. The Purifier Tissue Culture Enclosures may be used for culture manipulation of non-hazardous samples. Because these enclosures do not provide protection to the user, they should not be used in conjunction with biohazardous material, toxins or radionuclides. You and your safety officer must carefully assess the risk associated with any operation perfromed in a Purifier Non-Ventilated Enclosure. As an alternative, Labconco also offers Purifier Filtered PCR Enclosures with a supply HEPA filter that provides ISO Class 5 (formerly Class 100) operating conditions.

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Purifier Safety Enclosures, Clean Benches & Non-Ventilated Enclosures Catalog

Contains information on Purifier Class I and HEPA-Filtered Enclosures, Purifier Horizontal and Vertical Clean Benches, Purifier Filtered PCR Enclosures, and Purifier Non-Ventilated PCR and Tissue Culture Enclosures.

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