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Clean Bench

A clean bench is a specialized workspace designed to provide a sterile and controlled environment for conducting sensitive work. It employs a laminar airflow system to maintain a constant flow of purified air over the workspace, preventing the entry of contaminants.

Importance in Contamination Control

Clean benches play a crucial role in contamination control, ensuring that the workspace remains free from airborne particles and microorganisms. They are especially valuable in industries where precision and accuracy are paramount.

How Clean Benches Work

Laminar Airflow System

Clean benches utilize a laminar airflow system, wherein filtered air is passed through HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filters and directed over the workspace in a unidirectional flow. This airflow prevents airborne contaminants from reaching the work surface and ensures a sterile environment.


Types of Clean Benches

There are two primary types of clean benches: horizontal flow and vertical flow. In horizontal flow clean benches, the airflow moves horizontally from the back of the cabinet to the front, while in vertical flow clean benches, the airflow moves vertically from the top to the bottom.

Advantages of Clean Benches

Contamination Prevention

The laminar airflow in clean benches effectively prevents the entry of contaminants into the workspace, maintaining a sterile and clean environment.


Protection for Sensitive Work

Clean benches offer a controlled environment that protects sensitive work, such as cell culture, microbiological studies, and precision assembly, from potential contamination.


Versatility and Adaptability

Clean benches are versatile tools suitable for various applications, from laboratory research to pharmaceutical compounding, due to their ability to create controlled environments.


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