Ductless (Carbon-Filtered) Enclosures
Biological Safety Cabinets & Enclosures
Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinets
Class II, Type B2 (Total Exhaust) Biosafety Cabinets
Class II, Type C1 Biosafety Cabinets
Class I Safety Enclosures
Balance, Bulk Powder & Equipment Enclosures
Laboratory Animal Research Stations
Glove Boxes and Gas Purifiers
Controlled Atmosphere Glove Boxes
Filtered Glove Boxes
Combination Glove Boxes
AtmosPure Re-Gen Gas Purifiers
Kjeldahl, Fat & Crude Fiber Apparatus
Classical Macro Kjeldahl Apparatus
Micro Kjeldahl Apparatus
Rapid Kjeldahl Apparatus
Water Purification Systems
Filters & Prefilters
Biosafety Cabinet & Clean Bench Accessories
Ductless (Carbon-Filtered) Enclosure Accessories
Balance, Bulk Powder, & Equipment Enclosure Accessories
Laboratory Animal Research Station Accessories
Kjeldahl, Fat & Crude Fiber Apparatus Accessories
Glassware Washer & Water Purification System Parts & Accessories
Glove Box & Gas Purifier Accessories
Gloves, Hands, and Sleeves
Coming from a science-centric family, David Wasescha earned his Microbiology degree from The University of Kansas. Soon after, he began working with Labconco equipment in a pharmacokinetics laboratory. Handling such infectious organisms as Tuberculosis and Hepatitis C, David is thankful for the safety features that Labconco incorporates into their product designs.
So when David says, “The most important developments to laboratory safety equipment in recent years include improved ergonomics and increased safety features,” he knows what he’s talking about. He’s been there. He’s done that.
He adds that “Working with products that cause fatigue increase the chances for injury by the user. I can say that ergonomic improvements drastically improved my ability to carry out procedures safely.”
David is Dad to a sweet and loveable German Shepherd mix rescued from a junkyard. When not spending time with Brooke, David can be found playing upright bass in local jazz band, Blueprint Jazz, throughout the Kansas City area.
In a different life, David would live on the island of Bonaire and SCUBA dive daily or travel the world. Feeling most at home in new and unfamiliar situations, we’re thankful that David has called Labconco home. If David stays in the Midwest he would love to turn his hobby of woodworking into a full-time job.
The University of Kansas, Microbiology