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[Brochure] LabGard AIR NU-543 Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet
LabGard AIR Model NU-543 Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet provides long lasting personnel, product, and environmental protection through advanced construction techniques and electronic controls.
[Spec] NU-543 Specification (115V)
[Flyer] LabGard AIR NU-543 Class II, Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet
[Brochure] IV Workflow Compatible Primary Engineering Controls
IV Workflow compatible primary engineering controls and containment primary engineering controls from NuAire maximize your pharmacy's production and safety.
[White Paper] Use of HEPA Filters
[White Paper] Workflow Strategies to Minimize Exposure to Hazardous Drugs in the Compounding Pharmacy
Handling hazardous drugs in the compounding pharmacy, per USP chapter <800> guidelines, involves strategic workflow strategies with the goal of minimizing personnel and environmental exposure.
[White Paper] USP 800 Gap Analysis, A Business Perspective
USP 800 is going to financially impact your pharmacy’s future business model so this white paper focuses on five important details that define the "why" for considering a capital investment.
[ebook] 10 Steps to Cleaning a Spill in a Biosafety Cabinet
[White Paper] Biosafety Cabinet Buying Guide
Biosafety Cabinet Operating Label
[Infographic] 10 Tips for Working in Your Biosafety Cabinet
[White Paper] Benefits and Risks of Ultraviolet (UV) Light
[White Paper] Industry Standards Your Biosafety Cabinet Should Meet
[White Paper] Simplicity in Airflow Generation for Class II Biological Safety Cabinets Improves Safety and Reliability
[Infographic] 5 Biosafety Cabinet Reminders
[White Paper] Can a Class I and Class II BSC be in the same Sterile Hazardous Drug (HD) Room?
USP 800 does not directly address the pre-sterilization process of a sterile preparation creating the question can a class I and a Class II biosafety cabinet be used in the same sterile HD room?
[Infographic] Flow Chart for USP 797 and USP 800 PEC Requirements
Navigate your primary engineering control options according to USP 797 and USP 800 with this flow chart.
[White Paper] Facility and Engineering Controls Using USP 800 Guidelines