Ductless Downflow Workstations are developed to protect the environment and the user from harmful toxins and vapors in a lab. It provides access from the side and front to facilitate works that involves intense and complex operator involvement. The chamber has a downward airflow to protect the operator. The downflow workstations are part of the filtered fume hoods.
The environmental monitoring downflow workstation finds wide usage in applications in industries that include pharmaceutical, microscopy, histology, forensic, dental, forensic fingerprint powder, and veterinary to safeguard the workmen.
Features and benefits
Ductless Downflow Workstations are available in three sizes. It boasts either polypropylene or metal construction. You can make use of the junction connection to connect two or more workstations and form wider units.
It protects the operator from particle and fume hazards. It comprises a low air flow alarm to warn the operator about inadequate face velocity. It prevents bypass leakage with the help of unique filter clamping.
The control panel comprises displays and electronic controls such as electronic hour counter, low airflow alarm, and switches (orange and green color) to control the blower. A filter ID window is strategically placed in the front cover. It provides information to ensure timely replacement of the filter. A polypropylene tray is placed under a perforated stainless steel work space inside to keep the spillage.
The unit has a steel frame coated with epoxy to provide excellent mechanical strength. The users can also opt for a unit manufactured completely using polypropylene.
To prevent accidental exposure to the dirty filters and unauthorized access, the unit is equipped with a filter access key. It has an electrostatic pre-filter. It is effective up to 3 microns. Interior of the workstation is illuminated with a vapor proof fluorescent lamp.
To contain hazardous vapors, you can choose optional front sash and side panels. Its performance specifications comply with ANSI, OSHA or other relevant standards to ensure protection for an operator.
You can choose Ductless Downflow Workstations to work either with 230V, 50 Hz or 120V, 60 Hz. You need to check the voltage in your area and order the right model for your lab.
The downflow work station comes with carbon filtration technology to provide safety and high performance when compared to traditional fume hood products. It reduces the environmental impact by trapping the chemical vapors. It recirculates the filtered air and hence energy efficient. It is economical. It doesn’t need venting to an outside area. You can choose a portable unit for easy movement to another location depending on the need.
It ensures biological safety with the help of ULPA or HEPA filters. You can select the filtration system to suit your application requirement. You can purchase carbon filters in over 14 configurations to facilitate use with mercury, acids, organic solvents, vapors or formaldehyde.
The downflow work stations are user friendly and last longer. You can choose the right-sized system for your lab.
It is suggested to purchase downflow work station from a reputed organization that provide excellent after sales support and economical.