Laboratory Glove Boxes: Plastic
|Glove boxes from Terra provide economical solutions for labs that need basic processing chambers or more specialized products for containment or isolation applications. Our modular and pre-configured gloveboxes give users an enclosed, controlled environment for safe handling of laboratory samples. Basic systems are fundamental to labs performing routine processes; filtration glove boxes, with open-loop or closed-loop airflow, safeguard the internal samples and/or protect the lab environment; and adjustable-airflow glove box alllow lab personnel to change from single-pass to recirculating airflow with the easy turn of some valves.|
These glove boxes are a good choice for basic laboratory applications and research projects. Put them on a mobile stand or the benchtop for use with a variety of manufacturing and testing procedures.
Compact benchtop glove boxes from Terra Universal come side access door and tilt-up window. These economical plastic chambers are ideal for basic laboratory testing processes.
Inlet and outlet ULPA filtration removes contaminants in a single, open-loop pass of air to protect samples and processes in the enclosed glovebox, and vent clean air to the outside environment.
Adjustable valves in this controlled-environment ULPA filtration glove box allow air to recirculate or flow through in a single pass, for either containment or isolation of samples and processes.
Closed-loop containment glovebox chambers are designed for recirculation, passing air through a HEPA filter to continuously remove particles.
Half-inch thick clear plastic glove boxes are ideal for drying or degassing laboratory samples. They maintain sustained negative pressure and come with vacuum gauges and valves.
Laboratory vacuum glove box chambers reach 29.9” Hg pressure and can be purged with nitrogen to create a moisture-free, oxygen-free environment, ideal for vacuum and degassing applications.
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Non-dissipative plastics quickly accumulate surface charges that attract contaminants. If this quantity of test spheres clings to the panel on the left, just imagine how many micro-particles it attracts!