Selecting and purchasing a biosafety cabinet (BSC) is a critical part of setting up or upgrading any laboratory. Making the correct decision requires experience and considerable technical knowledge. Laboratory managers, their research staff, and Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) personnel are the best source of the expertise necessary to purchase the correct Biological Safety Cabinet. They should play a key role in decisions so purchasing teams can avoid problems and additional costs associated with selecting the wrong BSC.
[White Paper] Industry Standards Your Biosafety Cabinet Should Meet
By purchasing BSC's that adhere to Biosafety Cabinet Industry Standards, customers can be confident that th...
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[Spec] NU-481 Specification (115V)
[Spec] NU-540 Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet (115V)
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LabGard model NU-430 Class II, Type B2 Total Exhaust Biosafety Cabinet specification.
[Spec] Class II, Type B1 Biosafety Cabinet Model NU-427 Specification (115V)
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[Brochure] LabGard AIR NU-543 Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet
LabGard AIR Model NU-543 Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet provides long lasting personnel, product, and environmental protection through advanced construction techniques and electronic controls.
[Brochure] In-VitroCell CO2 Incubator
In-VitroCell CO2 Incubators from NuAire provide optimal growth conditions for your cells. Available in direct heat and water jacket with popular upgrades such as O2 control, RH Control, and more.
[Bulletin] Clarifying the Class II, Type C1 Biosafety Cabinet
The Class II, Type C1 Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) is similar to a Type B1 regarding airflow pattern. The Type C1 has a portion of the work surface to exhaust air.
[Specification] NU-5800 Series Direct Heat CO2 Incubator
Learn the technical side of the NU-5800 Series Direct Heat CO2 Incubator. Dimensions, performance, and more.
[Spec] Class I Containment Ventilated Enclosure NU-813 (115V, 230V)
LabGard model NU-813 is a Class I Containment Ventilated Enclosure providing personnel protection for handling low-risk aerosols and particulate matter.
[Infographic] Biosafety Cabinet Operating Label
Learn the proper use procedures from start up to shut down when using your Biosafety Cabinet.
[White Paper] Centrifuge Maintenance: Protecting the Investment
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[Infographic] 5 Biosafety Cabinet Reminders
We asked NIH National Biosafety and Biocontainment Fellows what some of the most common mistakes made when working with a Biosafety Cabinet.
[Infographic] Hazardous Drug Biosafety Cabinet Operating Procedure
When working in your biosafety cabinet with hazardous drugs it is important to learn the proper procedure from beginning to end.
[Infographic] 10 Tips for Working Safely in the laboratory with Your Biosafety Cabinet
Good technique when working within a Class II Biosafety Cabinet will minimize air turbulence and prevent splatter or unwanted spread of aerosols.
[ebook] 10 Steps to Cleaning a Spill in a Biosafety Cabinet
It happens at some point to even the most seasoned laboratory technician that a spill occurs within the Biosafety Cabinet (BSC). Here are a few steps to cleaning a spill in a BSC.
Modify A NuWind Centrifuge Program
Updating or adding a NuWind Centrifuge program can be achieved by selecting the proper icon with your finger located on the touchscreen controls and clicking save.
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