New animal handling station creates a safer environment for both animals and technicians

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Plymouth, MN: April 8, 2014 – The world of laboratory animal handling just became a great deal safer thanks to an ergonomically designed biological cabinet design from NuAire. These next-generation units have already received approval from the NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) and are ANSI 49 Listed.

NuAire, a manufacturer of ergonomic laboratory equipment based in Plymouth, MN, is known for its innovative designs in animal handling enclosures. Now, NuAire is announcing the introduction of a revolutionary cabinet – the NSF listed LabGard ES NU-677 Animal Class II, Type A2 Animal Handling Biological Safety Cabinet and Cage Changing Station. It has energized the market with its ability to provide personnel, product, and environmental protection for sensitive animal handling and cage changing procedures.

The most remarkable innovation of this new workstation is its flexibility with options and accessories that allow a safer, more productive work environment for lab technicians. The NU-677 is both mobile and height adjustable, designed for maximum user comfort and adjustability to meet the requirements of the American Disabilities Act (ADA). Because the design incorporates a more usable workspace, it will reduce arm, neck and shoulder strain from repeated use better than any other model on the marketplace.

NuAire garnered the NSF/ANSI 49 listing for biological containment protection for both the operator and product. NuAire routinely validates to ensure maximum protection. The new design incorporates four optional feed hoppers, allowing technicians to access up to four unique diets within a sterile work zone. Also, animal hair and dander is captured in a pre-filter built into the back wall to help extend the working life of the HEPA filters. The result is a safety cabinet that can handle a 300 percent increase in filter loading without a significant reduction in air delivery. Meanwhile, lab workers are protected by an aerodynamic air foil that pulls air back into the front grill, protecting users from air-borne contaminants.

Above all, the advanced mechanics of the ECM motor technology drive down costs of ownership by 40 percent with their energy savings. ECM motors generate less heat and reduce stress on the HVAC systems while operating at lower decibel levels. The LabGard ES NU-677 earns its NSF listing with safety features for both products and personnel.



About NuAire

NuAire has built a reputation as an industry leader in laboratory equipment manufacturing for more than 40 years. It now produces over 100,000 biological safety cabinets in 150 countries around the world. It now serves the needs of the world’s growing laboratory community with brilliant and practical designs of outstanding value, backed by exceptional service.

What are Stem Cells?

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Iowa Farm Bureau | Renew Rual Iowa

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Iowa Minute is a 60-second news feature that highlights the role agriculture and Farm Bureau play in the lives of all Iowans.

A NuAire laminar airflow model NU-301 can be spotted in this 60 second clip about renewing rural Iowa.


2013 IFBA Biosafety Heroes Award Winners

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The IFBA (International Federation of Biosafety Associations) have recently announced the winners of the 2013 Biosafety Heroes Awards. The Biosafety Heroes Awards were created to identify and honor biosafety professionals whose contributions to biosafety and biosecurity have played a significant role in their communities.

NuAire congratulates Dr. Lela Bakanidze and Dr. Mahama Touré. To read the IFBA press release Click Here. To learn more about Dr. Lela Bakanidze and Dr. Mahama Touré Click Here.

Learn how NuAire is working with the IFBA to help promote biosafety and biosecurity Click Here.

Buy One Microcentrifuge, Get a Mini-Centrifuge Free

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NuAire now offers Micro-Centrifuges

NuAire now offers Ventilated and Refrigerated Micro-centrifuges. With the addition of this new product line NuAire is offering a free Mini-centrifuge ($300 Value) with the purchase of a Micro-centrifuge.

To view details and to take advantage of the Buy One, Get One offer Click Here

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NuAire announces sales and service of Hitachi Koki centrifuges in North America

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NuAire Offers Hitachi High Performing Centrifuges

NuAire now offers High Performing Centrifuges from Hitachi Koki.

Plymouth, MN. NuAire, a manufacturer of ergonomically designed laboratory equipment for research, have come to agreement with Hitachi Koki of Japan to sell and service the Hitachi brand of centrifuges in North America. NuAire will utilize its network of sales professionals throughout the United States and Canada to offer assistance in application use, product benefits and features, options and accessories, training, pricing, as well as after sale service for the life of the product. NuAire has already established a growing network of third party service professionals that train onsite at NuAire about proper service techniques of NuAire’s centrifuge offerings. This authorized network allows a variety of service options for the NuAire customer family. To find a NuAire sales or service professional click here. The current Hitachi Koki Centrifuge offering from NuAire will include models CR22N High Speed Refrigerated Centrifuge, CP100WX Ultracentrifuge, CS150FNX Floor Standing Micro-Ultracentrifuge, and the CS150NX Table Top Micro-Ultracentrifuge. These high performing machines help assist in research applications involving purifying proteins, DNA, RNA, viruses, nano-sized particles, and more by separating liquids at high speeds with model CS150NX reaching up to 150,000 rpm. To view NuAire’s Hitachi centrifuge offerings Click Here. The addition of Hitachi Koki Centrifuges adds to NuAire’s growing product offerings of Biological Safety Cabinets, Laminar Airflow Workstations, CO2 Incubators, Centrifuges, and Ultralow Temperature Freezers. To contact NuAire directly click here.

Updated In-VitroCell CO2 Incubator software version 178-45.6

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NuTouch Software Update

NuTouch Software update version 178-45.6


NuAire In-VitroCell CO2 Incubators feature the the NuTouch Electronic Control System (ECS). NuTouch is a color touch screen LCD that controls chamber parameters. Updated software version 178-45.6 is now available for use. Software must be uploaded to your incubator using a flash drive via USB port located on the incubator. Please contact NuAire here or your local service technician to install updates. If you currently do not have a service technician you can utilized NuAire’s sales/service finder here to locate an authorized individual.

You can read about current updates here. Please note you must be an authorized service technician to access the document. If you believe you are an authorized NuAire service provider and do not have access please request access here.

Cytotoxic Biosafety Cabinet Operating Sequence

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View the Cytotoxic Class II, Type A2 Biological Safety Cabinet Operating Sequence presentation from NuAire

An easy to understand presentation on the proper procedures to take when operating a Cytotoxic Biological Safety Cabinet from start-up to shutdown.

Working with Hazardous Drugs and in the market for a Class II Biosafety Cabinet? Check out our CellGard ES NU-481 Class II, Type A2 Biological Safety Cabinet here.

Biological Safety Cabinet Operating Sequence Presentation

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View the Biological Safety Cabinet Operating Sequence presentation from NuAire

An easy to understand presentation on the proper sequence of events to take when operating a biological safety cabinet from start up to shutdown.

Nick Budnick, The Oregonian | Oregon stem-cell groundbreaker stirs international frenzy with cloning advance

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OHSU biologist Shoukhrat Mitalipov

Ross William Hamilton, The Oregonian
Shoukhrat Mitalipov, an Oregon Health & Science University biologist, has created human embryonic stem cells using cloning techniques, succeeding where others failed. The secret: carefully monitoring heat, chemicals and light levels, plus a dose of caffeine. To his right are two incubators where the cells grow in a low-oxygen environment. “That’™s the way we keep them happy,” he says. Ross William Hamilton/The Oregonian

Dripping grease fuels the flames that jump above a wide metal grill as Shoukhrat Mitalipov nudges hotdogs and flips burgers. The office cookout, behind the Oregon National Primate Research Center in Beaverton, is unseasonably cold and cloudy.

You wouldn’t know it to look at him, but the Portland biologist, has stirred up an international hornet’s nest around gene research, cloning and stem cells. The day before, he was on the phone with reporters around the world, defending his techniques to harvest human embryonic stem cells for use in future treatment of Parkinson’s disease and other conditions.

Read the entire article here…