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New Medical Lab Science Technologies

With the world moving at a pace faster than ever and the increasing risk of new diseases at every corner, medical lab science technologies need to be adaptive and developed to keep up. This is not only for the betterment of the patients and the treatment that they get but also for the convenience of the scientists who are working in the labs. Such technologies are developing and reaching new heights all the time. Here
Chemical Fume Hood Safety | Cleatech Scientific

Chemical Fume Hood Safety

Chemical fume hood safety is extremely important while working in the laboratory. A chemical fume hood is one of the essential parts of laboratory equipment, which protects the staff working with hazardous chemicals. Fume hoods protect from inhaling chemical gases, vapors, and aerosols, by acting as the physical barrier between the staff and the hazardous materials inside the hood. Additionally, they also offer a degree of splash protection as well. But you should keep in

What is a Nitrogen Gas Generator?

A membrane nitrogen generator system is an instrument used to separate nitrogen molecules from dry compressed air. These generators can produce up to 99.999% pure nitrogen when needed in a laboratory setting. The compressed air is passed through a nitrogen gas filter, a hollow fiber membrane, filtering out oxygen, carbon dioxide and water leaving behind a high purity nitrogen gas. A multi-stage filter system removes other particles, dust and moisture. Nitrogen gas filtration systems are

Laminar Flow vs. Turbulent Flow

Laminar Flow vs Turbulent Flow – What are the differences? Fluid flows can be split into two different types: laminar flows and turbulent flow. In today’s article, we will cover the difference between laminar flows and turbulent flow. What is Laminar Flow? Laminar flow occurs when fluid runs in a smooth parallel layer without disruption between the layers. At low speed, the fluid will flow without mixing, creating the illusion of the fluid frozen in
Vacuum Desiccator Cabinet

Vacuum Desiccator Cabinet

Vacuum Desiccator Cabinet by Cleatech In laboratory use, the most common vacuum desiccators are circular and made of heavy glass that usually desiccant such as silica gel placed into the chamber for desiccation of moisture sensitive samples. However, there are some limitations on these types of vacuum desiccators: There are typically small and not large enough for bigger samples Due to the round and cylindrical shape, the usable space is reduced and wasted The desiccator lid must