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November 25, 2013 Labwrench.com

 

   
 Product Resources

Top 6 Signs That You Should Service or Replace Your Fume Hood

  1. The fume hood fails to pass a filtration efficiency test but the filters are in good condition. In other words, the product is no longer keeping employees safe.
  2. Degradation of materials. This includes a physical discoloration of the materials, such as etching of steel, fogging on the glass barrier or window, or loud noises coming from the internal fan of the ductless or, in some cases, ducted unit.
  3. You require better containment of a larger number and variety of chemicals, and a higher safety level.
  4. Your current fume hood has broken down, and repair costs are too high.
  5. There is a decline in mechanical functionality (sash movement, etc.).
  6. You have an older, less efficient model that is becoming too expensive to operate.

Learn about the questions that you should ask when buying a Fume Hood by clicking here.

 Featured Product

Master Your Lab and Your Budget with a GenTech Master Fast GCxGC-TOF System 

GCxGC-TOF technology offers significant increases in sensitivity, performance and productivity while reducing operating costs.  GCxGC-TOF is ideal for applications and methods requiring ultra-sensitivity, in such areas as Food, Flavors & Fragrances and Petrochemical.  Faster than quadrupole, the GenTech Master GCxGC-TOF system utilizes FAST GC technology and hardware.  Competitively priced, all new GenTech Master instruments come with a 1-Year Warranty, backed by GenTech’s 17 years of experience. 

Contact GenTech and discover how cost-effective high performance can be!


Gilson PIPETMAX – Maximize reproducibility of your biological sample prep

Manual sample preparation can often be inefficient, complex and time-consuming. This leads to increased training requirements, preparation time, procedural errors and operational costs. PIPETMAX, from Gilson, is an easy-to-use, automated liquid handling platform than can solve these problems with automated sample preparation solutions. Unlike traditional automation platforms, PIPETMAX comes at a size and price that is accessible to any lab, and has a PIPETMAN inside!

Visit the Gilson Website to see all of their liquid handling products and supplies.

 Featured Question and Discussions

Plenty of discussions are happening on LabWrench all the time. We have many questions come in daily from users that are seeking advice from fellow users and lab professionals on LabWrench. Can you help any of these users find the answers they are looking for?

Brookhaven Instruments ZetaPlus - Zeta Potential measurements off
We've been testing the BI-ZR3 reference material to make sure we're doing the sample preparation and everything right. We're getting the right conductance (~320uS), the particle size (~300nm) approximate count rate (540 kcps). But our zeta potential has been higher than what it should be (-37mV instead of -52mV). The frequency is also lower (223 Hz) than what the manual says it should be (250Hz). What could we be doing wrong to get the higher zeta potential readings and lower frequencies?  Click to respond.

Bioscan AR-2000 Print Problem
We cannot print from Bioscan AR-2000 Sw. The printer is working. But the software cannot find the printer. How can I configure my HP Deskjet 825C printer in AR-2000 sw? Help this member.

Zeiss LIBRA® 200 FE - Young's Modulus of ZrO Nanotubes
How do I determine the Young's Modulus of Single wall Zirconia Nanotubes using Zeiss LIBRA 200 FE?  Advise this member.

View all Questions and Discussions on LabWrench

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 Company News Hot Off The Press

Compact All-In-One Multiple Format Mixer
Porvair Sciences has introduced the Co-Mix - an accurate, reliable, compact and simple-to-use multi-format mixer.  Operated via an intuitive touchscreen the Co-Mix offers effortless changing between mixing of 96- and 384-well microplates in skirted, semi-skirted and unskirted variants plus deep-well plates and PCR tubes / strips. Read more.

NEW Findenser™ Mini – a new addition to the Findenser family
Following the extraordinary response to the launch of Findenser™ which has generated interest from around the globe, Radleys have listened to customer feedback and are now extending the Findenser family by introducing the Findenser Mini. Findenser Mini is shorter and ideal for use with smaller flasks up to 250ml. Read more.

GE Healthcare Life Sciences launches ReadyToProcess WAVE™ 25
ReadyToProcess WAVE™* 25 bioreactor system is an intuitive and easy-to-use cell culture device with advanced functionality designed to meet the evolving needs of bioprocessing. The innovative system allows precise, automated, and intelligent control of numerous process parameters through a user-friendly graphical operator interface, which provides real-time control and many data analysis and reporting options. Read more.

View all news articles on LabWrench

 Sponsor of the Week

Thank you Erlab for sponsoring the Fume Hoods Category On LabWrench

For more than 40 years Erlab has been a worldwide leader and innovator of ductless fume hoods. We are committed to safety, quality, performance, energy efficiency and sustainability. Since its founding in 1968, Erlab's commitment to the international development of ductless fume hoods has led Erlab to expand its presence into strategic markets representing significant growth potential. The enterprising spirit of the men and women of Erlab solidifies our day-to-day presence throughout the world. As the pioneer of the ductless fume hood, Erlab has remained at the forefront of the industry ever since. An innovator committed to safety, performance, energy efficiency and sustainability, Erlab continues to research, design, develop and manufacture the world's most advanced and trusted ductless enclosure systems for laboratories.

Visit the Erlab website to learn more about their offerings.

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 Questions from the Vault

We have so many questions filling our forums that sometimes questions can be missed and go without answers. Can you help us provide answers for these users with unanswered questions?

Mystaire Misonix Aura Ductless Hood
We have the AU-750.  The fan cannot seem to achieve correct speed of 110.  Provide advice to this member.

Thermo Scientific Hamilton SafeAire II
We are getting very little air flow on our Fisher Hamilton Safeaire lab hood and the roof exhaust seems to be working well. Could filters be clogged? If so, where are they located?  Help this member.

Puricore PCR8 Prep Station
The Air Flow LED display goes red, and produces an audible alarm even after replacing the filter.  One of the filaments on the flow sensor appears to be broken.  Suggest resolution for this member.

View all Questions and Discussions on LabWrench

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