Laminar Air flow cabinets

Mycron Air Tech presents a Laminar Air flow cabinet fabricated with MS/GI powder coated, stainless steel 304 / 316 grade and plywood box. It is a carefully enclosed bench designed to prevent contamination of semiconductor wafers, biological samples, or any particle sensitive materials.

S.NoFeaturesSpecifications
1Available Sizes w.r.t Working Area in feet’s (LxBxH)2x2x2 , 3x2x2, 4x2x2, 6x2x2
2Material of ConstructionMS/GI Power coated, SS 304/316
3MOC of Working AreaSS 304/316
4HEPA Filter w.r.t Working Area in mm (LxBxH)0.3 µ Mini Plate 610x610x75, 915x610x75, 1220x610x75
5Pre Filter10 µ as per Req
6Storage CabinetYes, as per Req
7Motor & BlowerDynamically balanced Motor with Aluminum/PVC Blower
8Door5mm Acrylic Sliding/Foldable Door
9Gas Supply ProvisionYes
10IlluminationYes, LED
11UV LambYes
12UV Hour meterYes
13Power SocketYes, 5A
14Pressure Gauge/ mano meterYes
15Power RequiredSingle Phase 230V/50 Hz
16Total Power Consumption2KW
17Noise level70 db +/- 5 db
18Vibration Level< 2.5 µm (0.000025m)
 

Air is drawn through a HEPA filter and blown in a very smooth, laminar flow towards the user. The cabinet is usually made of Wood, MS/GI Powder Coated and stainless steel (grade 304/316).

Such hoods exist in horizontal, vertical and ceiling suspended configurations. Laminar flow cabinets may have a UV Lamp to sterilize the interior and contents before usage to prevent contamination of experiment.

UV lamps are usually kept on for 15 minutes to sterilize the interior and no contact is to be made with a laminar flow hood during this time. During this time, scientists normally prepare other materials to maximize efficiency.

It is important to switch this light off during use, to limit exposure to skin and eyes as stray ultraviolet light emissions can cause cancer and cataracts.