Feature Comparisons

  1. Cleanroom & Laboratory Feature Comparison: Sinks, Hand Washers, Hand Dryers

    Cleanroom & Laboratory Feature Comparison: Sinks, Hand Washers, Hand Dryers

    As humans are the primary source of contamination in cleanroom and lab environments, cleanroom-compliant hand washers, sinks and hand dryers play a critical role in reducing bioburden and viable particle counts within sterile spaces.

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  2. BioSafe® Universal Benchtop Flow Hood Features Comparison | 7 Configurations, One Flow Hood

    BioSafe® Universal Benchtop Flow Hood Features Comparison | 7 Configurations, One Flow Hood

    Universal BioSafe Benchtop Hoods are a UL-Listed product manufactured by Terra Universal. "Universal" flow hoods designate a modular design that can achieve nine different configurations from a single flow hood.

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  3. Compare Cleanroom Storage Shelving, Cabinets, and Features

    DesignFormatMaterialAtmospheric ControlNumber of DoorsNumber of DoorsDepthHeighSpecial Features

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  4. Compare Cleanroom Door Features: Swing, Sliding, Automatic, Double Doors

    Compare Cleanroom Door Features: Swing, Sliding, Automatic, Double Doors

    Terra Universal’s cleanroom doors are designed for quick and easy installation into operating rooms, surgical suites, stick-built or modular cleanrooms. Designed for health care, pharmaceutical, and CGMP facilities, Terra’s cleanroom doors are easy-to-sterilize, maintain room pressure and resist common biocides and hospital-grade disinfectants.

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  5. Cleanroom Window, Features, Styles, and Applications

    Cleanroom Window, Features, Styles, and Applications

    Terra Universal’s cleanroom windows are designed for quick and easy installation into stick-built or modular cleanrooms. Configured for health care, pharmaceutical, and CGMP facilities, Terra’s cleanroom windows are easy-to-clean, hygienic, support aseptic environments and enhance the visibility of operations and foot traffic.

    Terra’s broad portfolio of cleanroom window designs includes flush-mount, crevice-free, frameless BioSafe windows, economical, framed ValuLine windows, and special-application designs including UL-listed and fire-rated windows. Switch Glass windows and internal blinds are optional for high privacy areas.

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  6. Cleanroom Fan Filter Features Comparison

    Cleanroom Fan Filter Features Comparison

    Compare cleanroom fan filter types and FFU features including airflow design, size, motors, construction, control systems, and compatible accessories.

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  7. ISO 14644 Types of Cleanrooms & Components | Comparison & Features Guide

    ISO 14644 Types of Cleanrooms & Components | Comparison & Features Guide

    Laminar flow air and positive pressure cleanroom design are ideal for non-hazardous, ultra-clean applications. Positive pressure mitigates dirt from entering the cleanroom when opening doors or pass-through chambers. Laminar airflow design ensures that air maintains a singular, uniform direction and velocity from intake to exhaust port. Terra's positive pressure cleanrooms include HEPA filtration systems capable of ISO Class 3 - ISO Class 8 air quality conditions. ULPA filtration units are available for the most sensitive ISO 3 - ISO 5 product applications including pharmaceutical compounding, semiconductor wafer processing, sterile packaging, and micro-nanofabrication.

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  8. Glove Boxes Features Comparison

    Glove Boxes Features Comparison

    Use this glovebox features comparison chart to help choose the best glovebox system for your application and budget.

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  9. Desiccator Cabinet Features Comparison

    Desiccator Cabinet Features Comparison

    You need to protect sensitive samples, but you don’t want to overpay. Below is a list of application descriptions to help choose the best desiccator storage system for your application and budget.

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  10. Laminar Flow Hoods Features Comparison

    Laminar Flow Hoods Features Comparison

    There are compelling reasons to choose either airflow system depending on clearance requirements, process location, work surface design, and operator safety. Below is a brief comparison (read more on horizontal vs vertical laminar flow hoods).

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