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Laminar Air Flows

Laminar Air Flowsare the closed cabinets that are designed as per the international standards by using highly advanced and premium class equipments for the efficient functioning. They are widely used to create a pollutant free zone with the help of a continuous air flow to prevent the contaminations of semiconductor wafers, biological samples and various other sensitive particles.We offer various types of Laminar Air Flowswith different designs and specifications with horizontal, vertical and reversed flow. These can be used in medical research, pharmaceutical, electronics, optics, plastics and micromechanics applications. Buyers can get these laboratory grade machines from us at a reasonable price.

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Reverse Laminar Air Flow

Price: 1,80,000 INR/Unit
  • Warranty:1 year
  • Usage:It is used to control hazardous emissions of powder, dust or vapour during powder dispensing, drum tipping, product sampling
  • Application: The reverse laminar flow booth is formed by a stainless steel; AISI 304 scotch brite finished self-supporting structure, provided with rounded corners for easy cleaning.  A negative pressure inside the booth prevents the escape of fine powder from the work area towards the external environment.  A perforated diffuser panel made of stainless steel shields the upper filtration area.  5/15 amps electrical points on the panel  CFL lighting through diffuser provided on the panel  Internal height can be adjusted as per requirements. Standard height is 6’/1830 mm.
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Horizontal Laminar Airflow

Price: 80,000 INR/Unit
  • Warranty:1 year
  • Product Type:Lab Type
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Vertical Laminar Air Flow

Price: 97000 INR/Unit
  • Material:Inner S.S. Outer M.S. & Complete S.S
  • Warranty:1 year
  • Type:Other
  • Equipment Materials:Inner S.S. Outer M.S. & Complete S.S
  • Application:A laminar flow unit has an industry-wide usage and can be applied in quite a lot of industries such as medical, research, pharmacy, educational, аnd also in electronics, optics, micromechanics, plastic industries, etc. since they carry out processes that require a clean and sterile environment.