Ideal for DNA / RNA applications with UV surface irradiation
The Grant bio UVT-B-AR UV Cabinet is an economical general purpose PCR Workstation for carrying out short-term procedures. It is has a stainless steel work surface, metal framework and shock proof glass panels.
This UV cabinet is equipped with an open UV lamp installed in the upper part of the hood. UV-radiation from the lamp effectively disinfects the working area, inactivating DNA / RNA fragments during 15-30 minutes of exposure. The UV light switches off automatically when the door is opened.
The built-in UV cleaner-recirculator consists of a UV lamp, dust filters and a fan. The 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. 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.
The digital timer controls the duration of the direct UV irradiation. An additional daylight lamp is fitted to provide a bright, clear working area.
UV/PCR cabinet UVT-B-AR
Life science - germicidal and virucidal, inhibition of DNA and RNA contamination, applications requiring no residual decontaminants such as disinfectants, operations with DNA/RNA amplicons, microbial research.
Q: What is a uv sterilisation cabinet used for?
A: A UV sterilisation cabinet is used to facilitate a sterile working area where equipment and samples can be manipulated without the risk of cross-contamination. UV-radiation from UV lamps fitted inside the cabinet effectively disinfect the working area, inactivating DNA / RNA fragments during 15-30 minutes of exposure.
Q: What is a PCR cabinet?
A: A PCR cabinet, also known as a PCR workstation or PCR hood is a work space, enclosed on all sides with an opening for access, that provides a space for doing amplification of DNA and/or RNA. PCR cabinets are used in biology and genetic labs so that there is no cross contamination between samples.
Q: How long does it take to irradicate DNA / RNA ?
A: It takes approximately 15-30 minutes of UV exposure to inactivate DNA / RNA fragments.
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