Lead-shielded Biosafety Cabinet for Compounding Radiopharmaceuticals
Compliant with USP 797, USP 800 and Validated to CETA CAG-003-2006 Performance Standards
The RADIOSAFE Series provides ISO Class 5/Class 100 HEPA filtered unidirectional (laminar) vertical airflow and safely handles potentially hazardous materials. The unit incorporates a 3/4″ lead shield to provide protection while compounding radiopharmaceuticals. The Class II Type A RADIOSAFE Series of Biological Safety Cabinets meets all requirements for USP 797 compliance and is constructed from 100% Stainless Steel. Units are available as Class II Type A or A2.
The Class II, Type A Laminar Flow Biological Safety Cabinet provides protection for the user, product and the environment from particulate and aerosol hazards. The BBF Series of Vertical Laminar Flow Biological Safety Cabinets pass the Biological Tracer Containment Tests of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF). All units are NRTL listed with MET Labs to comply with UL1262.
Outer cabinet and work surface are welded stainless steel with a pharmaceutical grade finish. Front lifting viewing panel is easily removed and is gasketed to provide a proper seal when in place. Ergonomic front panel is concave permitting operator to lean into work area, reducing strain. High capacity motor/blower system with speed control extends HEPA filter life. Supply and exhaust HEPA filters are parallel to work area and each other to prevent turbulence. Stainless steel filter screen is removable for easy cleaning. Removable stainless steel work tray facilitates easy clean up and decontamination. Fluorescent lights are externally mounted to minimize heat build-up. The I.V. bar is located in the work area and includes 12 stainless steel hooks.
The work area is continuously bathed with positive pressure ISO Class 5/Class 100 HEPA filtered air to protect product from contamination while a negative inward airflow protects the user. Approximately 70% of the air from each cycle is recirculated through the supply HEPA filter while the remaining air is discharged from the hood through the exhaust HEPA filter.
5 0″ W X 27″ D X 94″ H
Work Area Dimensions:
48″ W X 22″ D X 29″ H
- 220 Volt Upgrade
- Duplex Outlet Installed in the Work Area
- Exhaust Transition Piece
- Bin Cart for 12 Trays for Storage Under Workdeck 30″ Wide x 26.5″ D x 29″ H
- Generator & Storage Cabinet
- Dose Calibrator
Radiopharmacy Hood Airflow
Leasing Options: Contact us about leasing USP 797 Compounding Equipment.