Containment For Multiple Access Benchtop Instruments or Equipment
The enclosure was provided for a Mercury porosimeter used for particle measurements. Mercury hazard required that the instrument be contained, with supplementary exhaust for purging mercury vapor. Size prevented installation in a laboratory hood. A flexible enclosure mounted to a rigid door-frame access solved the problem - also freeing up valuable hood space----
Exhaust And Utilities Provision
This rear view shows the supplementary frame support which prevents the flexible containment from collapsing due to the exhaust. Utilities enter the enclosure through sealed pass-throughs.
Small Equipment Containment
Flexible solutions design and installation are virtually unlimited. Small benchtop equipment can be used without compromises to access and performance. Enclosure sizing can range from small benchtop to full-scale laboratory containment. In all cases, lighting is provided by ambient light levels, film clarity provides unrestricted viewing, and multiple glovesleeves can allow complete access to the contents. Cost is low and disposal is easy and safe.