The Cruma storage and filtration system in our cupboard is based on the technology used in our aspiration and filtration fume hoods. This is composed of a ventilation system in addition to a filtration system that prevents the inflammable, corrosive and/or toxic products from building up inside the cupboard or from being released into the laboratory or work space.
Thanks to the Cruma 2010 cupboard is it possible to store liquid reagents as this eliminates inflammable, corrosive and toxic fumes through chemical adsorption in a specific activated carbon filter without having to be connected to the outside. All of this complies* with the requirements and recommendations set out in International Standards, AFNOR NF X 15-211 (Class 2), BS 7258, CSAZ 316.5, EN-1822 and EN-141. *Totally or partially, depending on the standard.
Personnel Safety and Environmental Protection
In addition to facilitating storage in the laboratory, chemical vapors that may escape from the bottles are not released to the outside but are retained within an active carbon filter or zeolite.
It can be used in difficult access areas , such as the lower floors of buildings with narrow accesses and/or stairs, and it can be placed in different locations, which it means that it can be easily relocated if needed.
Economic Savings and Easy to Set-Up
No expensive works are necessary to install conduits to extract the gas to the outside which means there are no additional costs and no need to interrupt a laboratory working at full capacity.
Unlike traditional storage cupboards, our cupboard do not use the air conditioning equipment inside the laboratory, which substantially reduces energy costs. The aspirated air is not expelled outside but recirculated back into the laboratory free from contaminating substances.
Yes, they all fit and are standard.
More information on the new LCD display
- New size 127x34mm display
- Air speed continuously monitored
- Type of filter installed, working hours, expiration
date and next revision date
- Countdown timer
- Clock and calendar
New features and components
- Fault LED
- Control of air flow through Microprocessor
- Filters with electronic chip
- LED illumination
New alarms and scheduled warnings
- Next validation warning
- Few hours of filter life warning
- Countdown timer warning
- Expired filter alarm (by hours)
- Expired filter alarm (by date)
- Equipment without filter alarm
But we’re sure you’ll find more.
Storage of chemicals under the criteria of incompatibilities. Filters available:
- Type A: adsorption of vapours and organic solvents (ketones, ethers, alcohols
and cyclics, etc.). Activated carbon without impregnation.
- Type BE: inorganic gases such as Cl2, HCl, HNO3, etc. and volatile sulphur
compounds (H2S, H2SO4 and SOx, etc.). Activated carbon impregnated with
metal compounds and neutralising salts.
- Type F: specific to formaldehyde and derivatives. Impregnated with Cu.
Store and Breathe
No need to worry. It’s totally safe.
The Cruma 2010 vented cupboards were designed to ensure that no handling operations are necessary once these have been received: all you have to do is take them out of their fantastic packaging, place them in the desired spot, plug them into the mains and get to work. As simple as plug in and play.
Our vented cupboard use the new filtration system, developed and patented by Cruma (Invention Patent no. 2397598), which protects the operator by retaining the contaminating gas and fumes generated inside from stored botles, constantly renewing the air inside the laboratory and avoiding leaks that may contaminate the environment.
All you need serially
|Internal Sizes (Width/Depth/High)||732x460x1388|
|External Sizes (Width/Depth/High)||800x548x1845|
|Filter number||1 a 2|
|Average volume of treated air/hour||160 m3/h|
|Average face velocity||0.50 m/s|
|Internal volume of the cabinet||0.567m3|
|Renewals inside the cabinet/min.||4.6 ren./s|
|Total electrical power consumption||91 W|
|Voltage-Frequency||110-220 V / 50-60 Hz|
|LED light intensity||800Lux / LED 16 W|
|Noise level||48 dB|
|Packaging volume||1.1 m3|
|Download Technical Specs PDF||Technical Data Sheet 2010|
Full Equip Cupboard
|Electronic circuit with large format LCD screen||Security levels: level 1 for users and level 2 for maintenance users|
|Electronic anemometer device||Electronic sensor monitoring continuously air face velocity|
|Electronic control device for filters replacement||The filters incorporate a microchip with miniUSB connection that identifies the type of filter installed, the expiry date and the serial no.|
|Illumination||96 LED Tube high light intensity and low power consumption – 16 Watts / 700 Lux|
|Sampling system to analize the filtered air at the exhaust||To detect the level of filter saturation|
|60 hours alarm||Countdown timer according to French NF X 15-211:2009|
|Electronic cronometre with audible alarm||To program the work inside the fume hood|
|Clock and calendar||Display of date and time|
|G4 Prefilter||G4 class pre-filtering blanket of synthetic biofibres (according to EN-779) for the retention of atmospheric dust|
|Chemical Listing||Guide of retained products by type of filter|
Details that matter
|Voltage / Frequency||125 V / 50 Hz|
|Filter test kit||Dräger pump with reactive colorimetric tubes (pack 10u)|
A wide range to ensure the air remains clean and health is unaffected
|Type A||For organic vapors such as ketones, ethers, alcohols, xylenes… Eventually it can be used for inorganic acids, but only if used in small quantities because this activated carbon is not impregnated and the excess of acid vapors could saturate it quickly.|
|Type BE||For inorganic acid vapors as H2SO4, HCl, HNO3, and volatile sulfur compounds such as H2S, SO3, … It can be used with organic vapors because the activated carbon incorporates impregnation of metal compounds and neutralizing salts. It is also suitable to filter organic and inorganic compounds when they are in similar proportions.|
|Type F||For formaldehyde vapors and derivatives; also good for other organic compounds. Carbon impregnated with Cu leads, so that it should never be used with inorganic acid vapors.|
Modular filtration column
for gases and particles (according to NFX 15-211:2009)
|Type G Handling of liquid compounds/products||Type GS Handling of liquid and particles compounds/products|
Fan Molecular filter HEPA-H14 Filter
Incompatibilities In The Storage Of Chemical Products Separate Or Joint Storage
(1) They may be stored together if corrosive products are not packed in fragile containers.
(2) They may be stored together if certain measures of prevention are taken. These are general criteria. For any other type of classification of danger levels, the possible storage incompatibilities must be more fully examined.
- Products that react with water must not be stored in the same area as other inflammable
or combustible liquids.
- Inflammable or combustible liquids must not be stored in conventional refrigerators.
Separation methods. Segregation criteria.
|Number||Chemical Group||Do Not Store With Chemical Number Groups With The Indicate Numbers|
|1||Inorganic acids||2-8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16-19, 21, 22, 23|
|2||Organic acids||1, 3, 4, 7, 14, 16, 17-19, 22|
|3||Caustic products||1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 13-18, 20, 22, 23|
|4||Amines and alkanolamines||1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 13-18, 23|
|5||Halogenated compounds||1, 3, 4, 11, 14, 17|
|6||Alcohols, glycols, glycol-ethers||1, 7, 14, 16, 20, 23|
|7||Aldehydes||1-4, 6, 8, 15-17, 19, 20, 23|
|8||Ketones||1, 3, 4, 7, 19, 20|
|10||Aromatic hydrocarbons||1, 20|
|11||Olefins||1, 5, 10|
|13||Esters||1, 3, 4, 19, 20|
|14||Monomers, polymerisable esters||1-6, 15, 16, 19-21, 23|
|15||Phenols||3, 4, 7, 14, 16, 19, 20|
|16||Alkylene oxides||1-4, 6, 7, 14, 15, 17-19, 23|
|17||Cyanohydrins||1-5, 7, 16, 19, 23|
|18||Nitryls||1-4, 16, 23|
|19||Ammonia||1-2, 7, 8, 13-17, 20, 23|
|20||Halogens||3, 6-15, 19, 21, 22|
|21||Ethers||1, 14, 20|
|22||Elemental phosphorous||1-3, 20|
|23||Acid anhydrides||1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 14, 16-19|