LabGard ES (Energy Saver) model NU-435 is an NSF/ANSI 49 certified Class II, Type B2 Biosafety Cabinet. Model NU-435 is configured to meet the requirements of NFPA-45 as a fume hood as tested and classified to meet UL 1805. View these specifications to define product characteristics, dimensions, and more before any purchase.
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