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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

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  • Stainless steel arm rest provides ergonomic resting place for arm in experiment to promote good working posture while helping prevent arms from blocking inflow grille for containment assurance.
  • Single piece wall with large radiused corner optimizes cleaning and decontamination where work zone is without hidden surfaces to hide contaminants.
  • Zero Volt Relay Contact can be used to monitor exhaust fan or alarm or to synchronize with building control system.
  • Ergonomic, ADA-compliant design.
  • About Esco

    Esco represents innovation and forward-thinking designs, which are all coupled with the highest standard quality since 1978. The Esco Group of Companies is a global life sciences tools provider with sales in over 100 countries. The group is active in lab, pharmaceutical and medical equipment. Manufacturing facilities are located in Asia and Europe. R&D is conducted worldwide spanning the US, Europe and Asia. Sales, service and marketing subsidiaries are located in 12 major markets including the US, UK, Singapore, Japan, China and India. Regional distribution centers are located in the US, UK, and Singapore. We operate under ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified Quality and Environmental Management Systems.

    Contact Information:

    Trish Franklin
    Phone number: 215-441-9661
    Toll Free Number: 1-877-479-3726
    Fax No: 215-441-9660
    Email: eti.sales@escoglobal.com
    Website: us.escoglobal.com


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