Safety Equipment & Cabinets

Laboratory safety equipment is minimizes contamination risk of an experiment e.g. tissue culture, and/or of the user. Safety cabinets are classified as class I, class II or class III and methods of contamination reduction include filters or air flow such as in laminar flow cabinets. Other safety equipment includes radiation safety, radioactive / hazardous waste disposal, fume hoods and personal safety. Learn about the latest products, user reviews, applications, news, videos and webinars.

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