BioChemGARD® Class II, Type B2 Biological Safety Cabinet

Manufacturer The Baker Company

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The BioChemGARD e3 is a breakthrough in total-exhaust biological safety cabinets. Engineered specifically for laboratories that need containment and removal of vapors, mists and particulates, the BioChemGARD e3 has a revolutionary airflow system that increases users’ comfort and productivity while decreasing the overall operating costs.

Our product development experts spent six years researching and developing the BioChemGARD e3 with special focus on three critical components: sustainability, productivity and ergonomics. The result is the industry’s most versatile, energy-efficient cabinet that is also quiet, comfortable and easy to maintain.

Key Features of the BioChemGARD e3:
Unique Airflow Design
The BioChemGARD e3 operates with a reduced exhaust airflow and resistance. This minimizes noise and reduces the volume of conditioned air that is exhausted from the laboratory. Operating at only 664 CFM, electrical power requirements are 70% less compared to traditional B2 cabinets. The combined savings in electricity and conditioned air removal reduces the overall annual cost of operation by 49%.

Less Maintenance, Less Often
Expect a longer filter life with the BioChemGARD e3’s optimized motor/blower design with a 420% minimum reserve. When it’s time to replace the filter, the exclusive ExchangeSAFE™ Sealed Access Filter Exchange System is located directly under the work surface for improved access, making the process quick while reducing exposure to contaminants.

Self-Adjusting Airflow
The BioChemGARD e3 also doesn’t require manual speed control. The new StediFLOW™ VFD motor controller in the BioChemGARD e3 maintains precise airflow by self-adjusting for filter loading. This unique technology also controls the ReadySAFE™ operating mode that preserves containment conditions when the BSC is not in use, even while substantially reducing energy consumption.