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Radio Isotope Fume Cupboards

Diagram key

  1. Differential pressure gauge
  2. Sash with handle
  3. Worktop
  4. FAZ or AC control panel
  5. Removable fascia panel
  6. Extract air spigot integrated in filter housing
  7. Baffle with scaffold points
  8. H-frame with pushed in underbench unit with support and service panels

Intended Use

  • Protective device for the user, tested in acc. with DIN 25466
  • Extraction during work with radioactive substances if increased requirements for radiation protection apply
  • Protection from incorporation, contamination and external radiation exposure
  • Extraction of fumes, aerosols and dust from the internal workspace to prevent dangerous amounts of pollutants from escaping into the laboratory
  • To prevent the formation of dangerous potentially explosive atmospheres in the internal workspace
  • Protection from splashes of hazardous substances in the internal workspace
  • Protection from flying particles, bodies or parts escaping from the internal workspace
  • Fume cupboards constructed in acc. with DIN 25466 are normally not permitted for use with microorganisms
  • Not suitable for openly breaking down chemicals

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