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.
|Manufacturer P/n||UVT-B-AR EURO|
|Internal dimensions (W x D x H) mm||650 x 475 x 450|
|Type||UVT-B-AR, with internal socket|
|External dimensions (W x D x H) mm||690 x 585 x 555|
PCR cabinets, UV
UV PCR cabinets