This 8-page white paper describes the development of the Labconco Protector XStream High Performance Laboratory Fume Hood.
This AccuTec Services, Inc. report shows that the Protector XStream Hood was tested beyond the SEFA-1† standards. With a face velocity of 40 fpm and sash completely open, the Protector XStream was subjected to 50 fpm cross drafts, NIH† protocol, and tracer gas measurements in the chest of a mannequin. In each scenario, the Protector XStream allowed 0.00 ppm average level of tracer gas outside the fume hood.
Labconco Corporation submitted its Protector® Stainless Steel ULPA Filtered Glove Box to an independent source to evaluate its ability to contain aerosolized nanomaterials...
10 fume hood safety tips in an easy infographic.
Provides the results of a Labconco study to determine the quantity of water used to hand wash laboratory glassware. People often assume that hand washing laboratory glassware is more economical than using an automated machine. This study seeks to disprove that assumption.
This white paper describes the evolution of ergonomic design in Labconco biological safety cabinets.
Discusses the disadvantages of current Class II, Type A and B biological safety cabinets and how the Type C BSC compares with them. Versatility, safety and savings are addressed. Provided a life cycle cost analysis and compares the Type C to A2, A2 with Canopy, B1 and B2. Authored by David Wasescha, Product Manager at Labconco.
This white paper explains the ECM motor in our Purifier Logic Biological Safety Cabinets and its advantages over PSC motors.