ESCO Promotes Safer Decontamination for Biosafety Cabinets
Esco Micro finalized an exclusive marketing agreement to promote BIOQUELL's patented hydrogen peroxide vapour (HPV) biodecontamination technology.
The HPV biodecontamination technology is a safer alternative to the carcinogenic formaldehyde decontamination method traditionally employed for biosafety cabinets.
HPV is non-carcinogenic and the decontamination process is residue-free, which guarantees complete safety for laboratory personnel. The process of hydrogen peroxide vapour generation is routinely used for research and manufacturing facilities including fermentation/ purification suites.
Along with the marketing of this new technology, Esco debuted its HPV-compliant and decontaminatable biosafety cabinet, the Infinity® Class II Type A2, at the ACHEMA 2006 tradeshow in Frankfurt, Germany.
Based on Esco's internationally-certified Labculture® Class II Type A2 biosafety cabinet, this new model offers numerous functions and unique features in addition to the standard Esco features such as the superior ULPA filters, antimicrobial Isocide coating, ergonomic sloped front and Accuflow microprocessor-based motor-speed controller.
Inherent double-fan system guarantees safety even in the event of failure of 1 fan. The Infinity® biosafety cabinet is pending GS certification to EN12469.
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