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ILC Dover|15 March 2019

Active Ventilation for Enclosures

Automated air controls for containment that protect people and the environment from exposure.

Automated air controls for containment that protect people and the environment from exposure. They provide an added layer of safety when dealing with highly potent or dangerous materials.

Key features include:

  • Automated safety – Easy and confident handling of expensive and dangerous powders. It detects even the most minute pressure change, immediately adjusting the gradient back to the setpoint. This means the product will remain contained, with no manual adjustments of the vent speed. Operator distraction is no longer your biggest worry
  • Optimum enclosure operation – Units can introduce and maintain supply gas or compressed air at a set point of -15Pa, so enclosures remain ergonomic and easy to work with. Competitors’ exhaust-only systems can create uneven or unsustainable pressures of -25Pa to -50Pa.
  • Automatic N2 Inerting – Can be used with N2 for compounds that are oxygen sensitive or explosive. It can use fresh N2 or recirculate it to save costs. This also can control humidity and reduce the chance of explosions.

While design characteristics may be identical to rigid stainless-steel isolators, flexible film aseptic isolators offer several advantages for careful consideration.
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