What is Laminar Flow?
A Laminar Flow system is vital in the control of particulate contamination. Laminar flow definition can be described as an entire body of air flow with steady, uniform velocity.
How to use Laminar Air Flow?
To achieve Laminar Flow within a Laminar Flow Cabinet air is initially drawn through an easy-change, high-quality EU4 pre-filter to remove all gross particulate. Turbulent flow then passes through the fan system, before being pushed through an ULPA or HEPA filter removing 99.9998% of all particles >0.12 μm in size. This in turn expels the air in a laminar flow and guarantees an ISO Class 4, particle free working environment, providing the best product protection.
Why a Laminar Flow Cabinet from Monmouth Scientific Is the Best Choice?
Cabinets are fitted with the latest digital fans to ensure low noise and low energy consumption. Efficiency is improved further with the use of internal LED lighting and PIR movement sensors to shut off all non-essential electronic items when the cabinet senses a period of inactivity.
At Monmouth Scientific we offer a range of Laminar Flow Cabinets which are available in four standard widths, 1000mm, 1200mm, 1500mm and 1800mm. We are also proud to offer a custom design service for bespoke requirements. Units can be delivered directly to your site, where we offer complete installation and certification. Our efficient service ensures that your solution is fully operational so you can begin your work as soon as possible.
As standard, the cabinets conform fully to BS EN ISO 14644 & BS EN 1822.
The range is fitted with the new Visionaire® 4.3” (11cm) full colour touch screen control system that allows control and monitoring never before seen in a cabinet of this type.
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