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Class I Safety Enclosures

These enclosures use exhaust HEPA filters to protect the user and the environment from agents that require Biosafety Level 1, 2 or 3 containment but no product protection.

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4' Class I Enclosure with model
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Purifier Class I Safety Enclosures

These enclosures use exhaust HEPA filters to provide user and environmental protection, but no product protection. UV lamps provide secondary decontamination.

Purifier HEPA Filtered Safety Enclosures

These enclosures use exhaust HEPA filters to provide user and environmental protection, but no product protection.

Purifier Class I Safety Enclosures and Purifier HEPA Filtered Enclosures protect you and your laboratory environment. They offer an economical alternative to Class II laminar flow cabinets when your applications do not require product protection.

Purifier Class I Enclosures protect the user from agents that require Biosafety Level 1, 2 or 3 containment but no product protection. These enclosures include an ultraviolet light that may be used in conjunction with surface disinfection to ensure thorough decontamination.

Purifier HEPA Filtered Enclosures, which do not include a UV light, protect the user from hazardous chemical powders, dust and allergens in diverse applications ranging from screening suspicious mail to weighing drug ingredients.



  • 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.

  • Airflow Animation for Purifier Class I Safety Enclosures

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Brochures

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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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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En Español

Spanish-Language Purifier Enclosures, Clean Benches and XPert Balance Enclosures Catalog

Gabinetes Purifier Clase I, Cabinas de Flujo Laminar y Gabinetes para Balanzas

This Spanish-language brochure contains an overview, specifications and ordering information on Purifier Class I and HEPA Filtered Enclosures, Purifier Clean Benches and XPert Filtered Balance Systems. Ordering information on accessories is also included.

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User's Manuals

Purifier Class I and HEPA Filtered Safety Enclosures Manual (2012 to Present)

For catalog numbers:
HEPA Filtered Enclosure Models - 3980200, 3980202, 3980220, 3980222, 3980300, 3980302, 3980320, 3980322, 3980400, 3980402, 3980420, 3980422
Class I Enclosure Models - 3980201, 3980203, 3980221, 3980223, 3980301, 3980303, 3980321, 3980323, 3980401, 3980403, 3980421, 3980423

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Purifier Replacement Filter Spec Sheet

A chart used to determine the proper HEPA Filter to be used with Labconco Purifier Deltas, Class I Enclosures, HEPA Filtered Enclosures, PVC Total Exhaust Clean Benches, Trace Metal Work Stations, Forensic Enclosures, Class 100 Chemical Stations, PCR Enclosures, Horizontal Clean Benches and Vertical Clean Benches.

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