Biohazard Containment (Negative Pressure)
|Negative pressure chambers are designed for nuclear compounding of sterile radiopharmaceuticals.|
Lead-shielded Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolators protects technicians and meets USP 797 requirements; fits most major brand dose calibrators
Class II, Type A2 hood with a ¾” lead shield meets USP 797 compliance and provides ISO Class 5/Class 100 HEPA filtered unidirectional vertical airflow
Class III BSC provides maximum safety and ergonomics with negative differential air pressure; 2, 3, or 4 gloveport models with double door airlock, inlet and exhaust Type C HEPA filters.
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|White Paper (PDF)||BSL Explanation
Understand Biological Safety Levels (BSL) by reading this summary of the CDC's specifications for working with infectious agents.