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Choosing the correct enclosure for your laboratory ; Biological Safety Cabinet (BSC), Laminar Flow (LAF) or Fume Hood?

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Tips when selecting the correct enclosure for your laboratory Selecting the correct enclosure for your laboratory needs can be difficult. The first problem is the sheer number of names that are associated with “clean air” or “containment” work-stations. You will hear reference to: Biological Safety Cabinets (BSC) / Biosafety Cabinets / Safety Cabinets* Class I, Class […]

Is it safe to use a Bunsen burner in a biological safety cabinet (BSC)?

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The use of both biological safety cabinets (BSCs) and flames both share a common objective – the reduction of contamination in the microbiological laboratory. However, the use of BSCs and flames, most commonly in the form of a Bunsen burner, in conjunction with each other can create unnecessary risks in your laboratory. MSC do not […]

Tips on specifying a new Biological Safety Cabinet (BSC)

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Tips on specifiying a new Biological Safety Cabinet The choice of brands and options available when purchasing a new Biological Safety Cabinet (BSC) can be bewildering. At MSC we ask 11 key questions to determine the correct BSC for our customers. The first four questions help determine the correct type of cabinet: Determine the correct […]