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Find information on a broad range of fume hoods, ductless fume hoods, biosafety cabinets, clean benches, balance enclosures, nanotechnology enclosures and remote blowers.

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Labconco Ventilated Enclosures
Labconco Ventilated Enclosures
Fume Hoods & Enclosures

Labconco offers a wide range of general chemistry, educational, high performance, filtered and special application chemical fume hoods for your laboratory.

Ductless (Carbon-Filtered) Enclosures
Ductless (Carbon-Filtered) Enclosures

These enclosures use carbon filters and, in some cases HEPA filters, to protect users from exposure to hazardous fumes. No ducting is required.

Scientist Working in Labconco Class II Biosafety Cabinet
Biological Safety Cabinets & Enclosures

Class I and Class II biological safety cabinets are suitable for use with agents that require Biosafety Level 1, 2 or 3 containment.

8 Ft Purifier Horizontal Clean Bench
Clean Benches

These enclosures provide ISO Class 5 (formerly Class 100) conditions that protect your work from airborne particulates and cross contamination.

Non-Ventilated PCR Enclosure on Base Stand
PCR Enclosures

These enclosures are specially designed for use with polymerase chain reaction experiments.

XPert Filtered Balance System with Updated Airflow Monitor
Balance, Bulk Powder & Equipment Enclosures

These enclosures keep particulates contained during weighing and powder transfer. Other enclosures provide a ventilated space for keeping powder-generating apparatus contained.

Scientist at XPert Nano Enclosure
Nanotechnology Enclosures

Featuring ULPA filtration and stainless steel interior, these enclosure provide user protection during procedures such as nanoparticle manipulation.

PuriCare Open Access Station in Use
Laboratory Animal Research Stations

These HEPA-filtered vivarium enclosures provide protection from allergens and other particulates during small laboratory animal transfer and bedding disposal operations. 

Non-ventilated Enclosures
Non-ventilated Enclosures

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

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Remote Blowers & Exhausters

Remote blowers, designed for roof-mounting, provide airflow for fume hoods and other enclosures. Exhausters, designed for ductless applications, filter the air before returning it to the lab.

Labconco offers the broadest selection of fume hoods and enclosures on the market. Ventilation products include fume hoods, ductless fume hoods, biological safety cabinets, clean benches, PCR enclosures, balance enclosures, nanotechnology enclosures and laboratory animal research stations. Remote blowers for connection to fume hoods, biological safety cabinets and other enclosures are also available.

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  • Fast, Easy Filtered Fume Hood Installation

    Watch as we demonstrate how fast and easy installation of a Protector® Echo™ or Airo™ Filtered Fume Hood is. No ducting, no external blower, and no building infrastructure redesign required. Perfect for new or retrofit applications where ducting would be impossible or where energy efficiency is a must.

  • High Efficiency Fume Hood Airflow Demonstrations

    See airflow demonstrations using smoke to show some of the innovative and highly effective features that make the Protector XStream® the most effective containing fume hood. Watch the airfoil sill, upper dilution air supply, sash handle and sash track direct air into the fume hood's baffles without causing dangerous, containment disrupting turbulence.

  • Protector XStream Chemical Fume Hood

    This video explains the key features of the Protector XStream Chemical Fume Hood from Labconco, yielding the greatest possible laboratory safety and lowest operating cost.

  • Meet Manny (ASHRAE 110 Testing)

    Being an ASHRAE 110 testing mannequin is a dirty job, but some dummy's got to do it. Manny is just the guy for the job. Check out this video to get an idea of how we test our fume hoods to ensure they provide proper protection.

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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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