The 2100 Series isolated chamber gloveboxes are designed to provide a positive pressure environment to manipulate objects in a controlled atmosphere. We offer a single, three feet, model with two glove ports and a twin, five feet, model with four glove ports. They are available in cleanroom-compatible materials such as clear acrylic, static-dissipative PVC and polypropylene and a wide variety of accessories. When used in conjunction with nitrogen, argon or an inert gas, sensitive substances, and components can be manipulated in a very high purity inert atmospheres.
Our 2100 Series gloveboxes are an ideal choice for basic laboratory applications and general processing.
The 2200 Series gloveboxes offer a lightweight and portable option for handling samples in a controlled environment. They serve a similar function as the 2100 series isolated gloveboxes but provide a compact and affordable form factor in a wide range of materials and accessories for humidity and oxygen control & monitoring.
2200 Series gloveboxes are ideal for a variety of manufacturing and testing procedures and off-site applications.
The 2500 Series compact gloveboxes are designed to be ultra-portable and lightweight so that they can be set up anywhere. The glove ports are located on the sides to allow for a compact size. It features a large front tilt-up access door for easy transfer of samples and substances. By adding the gas ports, an inert gas such as nitrogen, argon can be used to control the oxygen and humidity level. 2500 series gloveboxes are available in cleanroom-safe materials including clear acrylic, static-dissipative PVC and polycarbonate.
The 2300 Series open exhaust loop gloveboxes can be factory configured as a negative or positive pressure system. A negative pressure system is designed to protect operators and environment against contamination. They are ideal for lab operations such as pharmaceutical powder packaging where particle contaminants are generated. Incoming air is passed through HEPA or ULPA filters to remove particles. An additional HEPA, ULPA or activated carbon filter can be added to remove contaminants and fumes from the exhaust air.
Positive pressure filtration gloveboxes are designed to protect samples against airborne particles. Samples are protected by filtering captured room air through a HEPA or ULPA filter before entering the chamber and returning the air back to the room through optional HEPA filter.
The 2400 Series simple closed-loop glovebox provides a clean processing environment by continuous recirculating filtered air through HEPA or ULPA filters. Particulates and contaminants generated by the internal application are removed from the flow of air. Additional, any inert gas such as nitrogen or argon can be used to control internal humidity and oxygen levels.
The multi-configuration models can be modified from a closed-loop isolation environment to an open-loop containment chamber by opening the valves. The valves also let you set the percentage of fresh air entering the chamber.
Positive Pressure Laminar Air Flow Glove Box Isolators are designed to provide a sterile positive pressure environment for the compounding of non-hazardous drugs. HEPA filtered unidirectional air flow supply within both the work zone and antechamber areas to assure ISO Class 5 conditions and sterility and minimizing cross contamination.
Cleatech gloveboxes are available in Acrylic, Static-Dissipative Acrylic, Static-Dissipative PVC, Non-Dissipative PVC and Polypropylene with two or four glove port. Below you can see the dimensions of the standard two-port & four-port gloveboxes.