Filter Replacement of Horizontal Laminar Flow Bench
Filters have a significant impact on the performance and lifespan of the horizontal laminar flow bench. To replace the filter, the first step is to turn off the bench and unplug it from the power source. Open the panel, remove the old filter, and replace it with a new one. Ensure that the filter is securely in place and close the panel. Turn on the bench and wait for the filter to begin functioning.
Structure of Horizontal Laminar Flow Bench
Horizontal Laminar Flow Bench consists of several components, including a motor, fan, air filter, work area, and control panel. The motor and fan work together to pull air into the bench, filter it through the HEPA filter, and expel the clean air over the working area. The work area is where the equipment, samples, or other materials are placed, and the control panel houses the controls used to operate the bench.
Material and Cleanliness Requirements of Horizontal Laminar Flow Bench
The materials used to construct Horizontal Laminar Flow Bench must be of high standards, to maintain the cleanliness and sterility of the working area. The bench components must be corrosion-resistant, non-porous, and non-shedding to avoid contaminating the work area. The bench should achieve a Class-100 purity level, which specifies less than 100 particles of 0.5μm or larger per cubic foot of air.
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