Terra’s Benchtop Laminar Flow Hoods provide a vertical or horizontal laminar flow of HEPA-/ULPA-filtered air within compact and mobile enclosures. These versatile portable clean benches are available in stainless steel as well as several application-specific plastics, including acid-resistant polypropylene and static-dissipative PVC. Optional features include static-neutralizing ionizing modules and a complete line of work benches.
Vertical and Horizontal Laminar Flow Hoods
ValuLine™ Dust Free Hood An economical solution to contamination-sensitive operations. Narrow top makes viewing contents easy; choice of single or twin hood models
WhisperFlow™ Hoods Convert any bench into an ISO-rated laminar flow station with this versatile, quiet hood. Pick the air flow direction and material suited to your application
ValuLine™ WhisperFlow™ Hoods This polypropylene hood is perfect for applications using chemicals; comes with a built-in spill tray. Fan/filter motor is quiet
CleanCube™ Hood Clear, easy-view hood is designed to be seamless, reducing hiding places for contaminants. Sturdy but lightweight, with a small footprint
Special-Application Laminar Flow Hoods
PCR Workstations Turnkey laminar-flow PCR Hoods are designed for cloning and amplifying RNA and DNA. They feature our UVC disinfection lamp and pipette shelf
Explosion Proof Hood Turnkey hood for specialized applications. Fan filter motor and fluorescent light are suitable for Class 1 or Class II, Division 1 working environments
Containment Hoods Economical laminar flow exhaust hood protects sensitive samples, but contains contaminating dust and vapors. It features a perforated work surface
Heated Processing Chamber Need testing at temperatures above ambient? This fully-visible chamber uniformly circulates heated air and protects itself against thermal stress
Benchtop Equipment Enclosures Store sensitive equipment in this static-safe environment; HEPA filter optional. Modular ports, panels and doors let you configure for your needs
Spray Dryer Lab Equipment Enclosure Protect sensitive lab equipment such as spray dryers with clean, laminar air and a transparent cover. Access control panels using tilt-up sashes
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Vertical vs Horizontal Laminar Flow Things to consider when deciding between vertical or horizontal flow. There are advantages and disadvantages to each airflow direction and hood design, depending on your application and laboratory lay-out.