HEPA or ULPA Filtration
|Easy to clean CAI, CACI and vertical laminar-flow glove boxes create a particle-free environment for applications such as USP pharmaceutical compounding and particle-sensitive 3D printing. Open-loop and closed-loop chambers let you control ambient air into, and out of, isolation or containment environments.|
Glove box systems from Terra Universal are economical solutions for laboratories needing plastic glove box chambers for basic operations or specialized sample isolation or containment.
Compounding Aseptic Isolator (CAI) is designed to meet USP 797 requirements; pressure gauges monitor the two chambers, and HEPA filtration provides clean, laminar airflow
Filtration Glove Box with easy-to-adjust filtration system provides continuous open-loop/closed-loop ULPA filtration to eliminate micro-contaminants
Control particles and maintain constant temperature in this specialized glovebox. The open- or closed-loop glovebox is used for containment or isolation
Fiberglass or stainless steel models with one-piece lined interior exceed ISO Class 5 conditions
Leak-tight barrier protects operator from hazardous airbornne particulates; exceeds ISO Class 5 conditions
Creates a static free work space ideal for weighing hazardous airborne particulates or powders; exceeds ISO Class 5 conditions
Converts into a vertical laminar flow station, meets USP 797 and ISO Class 5; ideal for I.V. compounding in pharmacies
Ideal for pharmaceutical compounding, CACI and CAI units exceed NIOSH and meet USP 797 standards; use as positive- or negative-pressure chambers
Creates a particle-free, static-safe work space ideal for scales, balances, microelectronic and other sensitive equipment
Safely processes potentially contaminated mail in a controlled environment; includes accordion sleeves with nitrile gloves
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