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Containment

CleanAir Containment Decision Map

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Special Options

Are you looking for a standard cabinet or a cabinet for specific functions/work like Animals handling, IVF, Radionuclides, etc?

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What are you working with?

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Biohazards

Are you working with a biohazard
(Virus, bacteria, fungi or other biohazard)?

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Chemical Hazard

Are you working with a chemical hazard?

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Sterile Environment

Do you also need a sterile environment?

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Sterile Environment

Do you also need a sterile environment?

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Chemical Hazards

Are you also working with a chemical hazard?

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Solid, Liquid or Gas

Is the chemical hazard a solid, liquid or gas?

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Flamability

Is it flammable?

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Amounts

What amount are you working with?

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Volatility

Is it volatile?

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BSL Designation

What is your lab’s BSL designation?

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Protection

Do you need a positive protection suit?

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Laminar Flow Units

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Lab Table

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NEG

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Fume hood & Extraction unit

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Class II (EN12469) (DIN12980) Three HEPA-filter stages

In both the EN12469 and the DIN12980 this type of cabinet is referred to as Class II. However, the DIN12980 requires that “all parts” can be replaced without the need of decontamination first. Therefore an extra HEPAfilter stage is added which prevents solid chemical particles can enter the BSC. Often these BSC’s are referred to as Cytotoxic BSC’s but the use of this BSC type is niot limited to Cytotoxic’s.

This unit can also be used where a so called “double exhaust BSC” is preferred.

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Class II (EN12469) Ducted

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Class II (EN12469) Ducted

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Class II, Type B2 (NSF49) Also known as Total Exhaust

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Chemical fume hoods offer personnel protection from chemical hazards only. Biological hazards should never be used in a chemical fume hood.

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Class II, Type B2 (NSF49) Also known as Total Exhaust

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Class II (EN12469) (DIN12980) Three HEPA-filter stages Ducted

Ducting is required when using any amount of toxic or flammable gases and volatile solvents (which create gases or vapors). Since these gases and vapors pass through HEPA filters, they need to be exhausted to the outdoors.

If ducted, the exhaust system may not interfere with the intended use of the BSC, we therefore strongly recommend ducting by using a canopy.

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Class II (EN12469) Venting to room or ducted

Ducting is required when using any amount of toxic or flammable gases and volatile solvents (which create gases or vapors). Since these gases and vapors pass hrough HEPA filters, they need to be exhausted to the outdoors.

If ducted, the exhaust system may not interfere with the intended use of the BSC, we therefore strongly recommend ducting by using a canopy.

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Class II (EN12469) Venting to room

There may be future requirements for solvent, gas or volatile toxic chemicals use that would require exhaust to the outdoors. Also, some researchers may prefer the extra margin of safety that exhausting to the outdoors provides.

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Class III (EN12469)

Variables including such things as the severity of a biohazard, the amount being used, and the possibility of mass aerosolization may dictate the use of a Class III biological safety cabinet. Class III biological safety cabinets are a special type of glovebox. Not all gloveboxes are safe to use with biohazards.

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