Biological Safety Cabinets

Mycron Air Tech presents its biological safety cabinet are made of MS/GI powder coated and stainless steel 304 / 316 grades with international quality standard components. A biological safety cabinet also called as Bio Safety Cabinet (BSC). It is an enclosed, ventilated laboratory workspace for safely working with materials contaminated with (or potentially contaminated with) pathogens requiring a defined bio-safety level. Several different types of BSC exist.

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 610x460x75, 915x460x75, 1220x460x75
5Pre Filter10 µ
6Motor & BlowerDynamically balanced Motor with Aluminum/PVC Blower
7Door5mm Poly carbonate Sliding Door
8Gas Supply ProvisionYes
9IlluminationYes, LED
10UV LambYes
11UV Hour meterYes
12Power SocketYes,5A
13Pressure GaugeYes
14DuctYes, Up to 10 feet with one Elbow
15Power RequiredSingle Phase 230V/50 Hz
16Total Power Consumption3KW
17Noise level65 db +/- 5 db
18Vibration Level< 2.5 µm (0.000025m)

Class I

Class I cabinets provide personnel and environmental protection. These BSCs are commonly used to enclose specific equipment or procedures that potentially generate aerosols. BSCs of this class are either ducted (connected to the building exhaust system) or without ducted (recirculation filtered exhaust back into the laboratory).

Class II

Class II cabinets provide both kinds of protection of the samples and of the environment since makeup air is also HEPA-filtered. There are four types: Type A1, A2 and Type B1, B2.

Class III

The Class III cabinet, generally only installed in maximum containment laboratories. It is specifically designed for work with BSL-4 pathogenic agents, providing maximum protection. The enclosure is gas-tight, and all materials enter and leave through a dunk tank or double-door Passbox. Gloves attached to the front prevent direct contact with hazardous materials. These cabinets are sometimes called glove box.