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PCR UV hoods use shortwave ultraviolet to control unwanted transfers of nucleic acids.

The systems bring together UV irradiation, antimicrobial stainless steel and aluminum to create a dual-attack environment against PCR contaminations.

In addition to standard PCR UV² models, PCR UV³ HEPA systems with integrated three-stage filters are available.pcr cabinet drawing

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PCR UV² Cabinet & Workstation

  • 2 built-in shortwave (254 nm) UV tubes for decontamination between experiments
  • Timer sets UV exposure up to 12 h
  • Safety shut-off switch automatically turns the UV light off when door is opened
  • Keylock prevents accidental exposure of samples to UV
  • Unique, easy-clean antimicrobial coating on the stainless steel and aluminum surfaces 
  • Hinged door flips up for easy access to the work area
  • Built-in power outlets for operation of equipment inside the work area
  • Two shelves allow placement of small equipment
  • Makrolon® panels block UV below 400 nm
  • Different sizes: Cabinet or Workstation to meet each individual need

PCR UV³ HEPA Cabinet & Workstation

Features

  • Up to 3 built-in shortwave (254 nm) UV tubes for decontamination between experiments
  • Timer sets UV exposure up to 12 h 
  • Safety shut-off switch automatically turns the UV light off when door is opened
  • Keylock prevents accidental exposure of samples to UV 
  • Unique, easy-clean antimicrobial coating on the stainless steel and aluminum surfaces
  • Hinged door flips up for easy access to the work area
  • Built-in power outlets for operation of equipment inside the work area
  • Two shelves allow placement of small equipment
  • Makrolon® panels block UV below 400 nm
  • With or without three-stage HEPA filter
  • Different sizes: Cabinet or Workstation to meet each individual need

PCR_Cabinet___Workstation.pdf

Tech note DNA_decontamination_by_UV_radiation_.pdf