The Grant bio UVT-S-AR is a large capacity stainless steel PCR UV cabinet workstation with additional space for equipment and accessories to allow for more comfortable and convenient working in PCR applications.
These UVT-S-AR cabinets are equipped with an open UV lamp installed in the upper part of the hood. UV-radiation from these lamps effectively disinfects the working area chamber, inactivating DNA / RNA fragments during 15-30 minutes of exposure. The digital timer controls the duration of the direct UV irradiation. An additional daylight lamp provides a bright, clear working area.
They are equipped with a high efficiency flow-type bactericidal UV cleaner-recirculator which provide constant decontamination inside the cabinet during operation. The UV cleaner-recirculator consists of UV lamp, dust filters and a fan. The recirculation effect increases the maximum density of the UV light making it sufficiently effective for DNA / RNA inactivation. The recirculator processes 360 UV-cabinet volumes per hour, creating permanently aseptic conditions within the cabinet.
- Robust construction with large working area, 1.2m x 0.52m working area
- UV surface irradiation - dual 30W 254 nm UV lamp
- UV protection - UV-protective film on glass panels
- UV exposure controlled by 24h digital timer
- Convenient, easy to use digital timer for accurate control of UV exposure
- Front opening with three adjustable positions for ease of access
- White lamp provides local illumination of the workplace to optimise visual control during operations
- Built-in UV cleaner-recirculator both increases the maximum density of UV light and generates 25 m³/h air flow exchange - prevents unwanted contamination and protects the user from direct UV light during manipulation
- Automatic switch-off of irradiated UV light when door opened
- Ample additional space for equipment and comfortable working.
These PCR UV-cabinets are designed for clean operations with DNA samples and provide protection against contamination. They are not recommended for operations with dangerous infectious and viral materials as well as DNA / RNA amplification.