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Esco Launches Its New Series of Labculture(R) and Labculture(R) Reliant Class II Type A2 Biological Safety Cabinets
Date:11/21/2013

HATBORO, Pa., Nov. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Biological safety cabinet (BSC) is an important containment equipment used to protect personnel, sample and environment from materials contaminated or potentially contaminated with pathogens. The important functions that BSC has to fulfil means users expect BSC to be consistent and reliable. Labculture® is the best-selling BSC from Esco that is an embodiment of continuous improvement to produce quality laboratory equipment that only gets better over time. In the 25th year of cabinet design and manufacturing, Esco just launched its upgrade of the Labculture® BSC product line to inject doses improvement to the popular cabinets.

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The latest upgrade to the Labculture® line also sees the popular manual switches model, Labculture® Reliant, to now adopt the same structure as Labculture®. True to the progress in laboratory environment, Labculture® and Labculture® Reliant now utilize the latest generation DC ECM motor that is up to 70% more efficient than any ordinary AC motor used by other BSC manufacturers. The progress is made while maintaining the numerous features that make Labculture® the Most Certified Energy Efficient, Safe and Ergonomic Biosafety Cabinet in the World.

Labculture® Class II Type A2 Biological Safety Cabinets Features:

  • Innovative, state-of-the-art, and efficient DC ECM motor automatically compensates for changes in filter loading to optimize filter life while maintaining performance.
  • ULPA Filter technology (99.999% efficiency) (per IEST-RP-CC001.3 USA) provides up to 10x better filtering capability than ordinary HEPA filters (99.99% efficiency) for greater product, personnel, and environmental
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