There are 3 types of Biosecurity Cabins, class I, II and III. Class II is divided into 4 types: A1, A2, B1 and B2. Although they have different functions, all have as a priority the safety of the operator and the care of the environment where they are, preventing the agent studied inside the cabin from affecting the place or the people present there.
Each biosafety cabinet has its specific characteristics, differentiated by its frontal velocity, air flow or safety level; in any case Kalstein, the leading laboratory equipment company, offers all varieties of biosafety cabins.
Always having the customer as a priority, the cabins are of high quality and with guaranteed safety for everyone who manages the equipment.
On the other hand, the location of a Cabin Biosecurity inside a laboratory is critical and affects aspects that are essential to guarantee its operation.
Therefore, it is essential to consider the following:
- Routes of circulation of people within the laboratory.
- Location of the doors and windows in the laboratory environment in which the cabin is located.
- Air convection currents created by thermal differences.
- Any cause or event that affects the patterns of air flow.