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What is a Laminar Flow Cabinet?

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What is a Laminar Flow Cabinet?

A laminar flow cabinet is an essential piece of equipment used in laboratories and areas requiring a clean environment free from contaminating particles.

The definition of a laminar flow cabinet refers to these cabinets, whose function is to protect samples and work instruments from contamination by generating a constant and turbulence-free airflow.

Laminar Flow Cabinet: Main Parts

Hepa Filter

This filter traps dust particles, bacteria, viruses, and other air contaminants, ensuring that the airflow is clean.

Filtro HEPA Cruma


Drives the air through the HEPA filter and into the cabinet’s work area.

Work Area

It is the space where samples and instruments are placed. It is designed to be easy to clean and keep free from contaminants.

Área de Trabajo Cruma
Pantalla Frontal Cruma

Front Screen

This transparent barrier allows viewing inside the cabinet and, at the same time, protects the samples from potential external contaminants.

Laminar Flow Cabinet: Operation

The operation of a laminar flow cabinet is quite simple. The fan pushes air towards the HEPA filter, where the contaminating particles are trapped. The clean air is then directed towards the work area in a constant and turbulence-free flow, preventing contaminating particles from coming into contact with the samples and instruments.

Laminar Flow Cabinet: Price

If you want to know more about the prices of our cabinets, please ask us for information.


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