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The purpose and use method of vertical flow laminar flow cabinet

日期:2021-04-13 16:42
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摘要:use Vertical flow purification workbench use: widely used in medical and health, biopharmaceuticals, food, medical science experiments, optics, electronics, sterile room experiments, sterile microbiological testing, plant tissue culture and inoculation, etc., which require local clean and sterile working environments And the production department. It can also be connected into an assembly line with the advantages of low noise and mobility. It is a kind of air purification equipment with strong
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Vertical flow purification workbench use: widely used in medical and health, biopharmaceuticals, food, medical science experiments, optics, electronics, sterile room experiments, sterile microbiological testing, plant tissue culture and inoculation, etc., which require local clean and sterile working environments And the production department. It can also be connected into an assembly line with the advantages of low noise and mobility. It is a kind of air purification equipment with strong versatility to provide local high cleanliness working environment. Its use has good effects on improving process conditions, improving product quality and increasing yield.
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The advantages of the vertical flow purification workbench are that it is easy to operate, more comfortable, work efficiency, short preparation time, it can be operated for more than 10 minutes after booting, and can be used at any time. In factory production, when the inoculation workload is very large and long-term work is required, the ultra-clean bench is ideal equipment. The ultra-clean table is powered by a three-phase motor with a rate of about 145~260W. The air is blown out after passing through a "super filter" composed of special microporous foam plastic sheets. The laminar flow of ultra-clean air of bacteria, the so-called "effective special air", removes dust, ** and ** spores, etc. with a size of 0.3 μm. The flow rate of ultra-clean air is 24-30m/min, which is enough to prevent the pollution caused by the nearby air. Such a flow rate will not prevent the use of alcohol lamps or Bunsen burners to burn the equipment **. The staff operates under such aseptic conditions to keep the sterile materials free from contamination during the transfer of inoculation. However, in the event of a power outage during operation, the materials exposed to the unfiltered air will not be immune to contamination. At this time, the work should be finished quickly and a mark should be made on the bottle. If the material inside is in the proliferation stage, it will no longer be used for proliferation in the future and will be transferred to rooting culture. If it is a general production material, it is extremely abundant and can be discarded. If it has taken root, it can be reserved for future planting.