GAS DETECTORS FOR LABORATORIES
The development of laboratory safety and cleanroom technology has enabled much higher levels of safety and cleanliness in manufacturing, pharmaceutical and scientific laboratories and including any other environment in which small particles or gases in the air can be detrimental to the process.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and toxic gases still continue to be present within hospitals, cleanrooms and laboratories due to the type of work carried out. Those responsible for working within these environments face potential implications due to the impact hazardous VOC gases can have on both the health of workers and of equal importance on the work and tests being conducted.
YOUR LABORATORY SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY
Gas Detection within laboratory environments is essential in order to keep the working environment healthy, safe, and risk-free. To ensure optimal working conditions, the installation of an efficient ventilation (HEPA) system and a gas detection and monitoring system for monitoring VOC gases is critical.
Gas detection technology has brought about an increase in a laboratory’s capacity for efficiency, both within the facility itself, it’s processes and also in the safety of the people who work within this environment
ION Science have created a Guide to Monitoring Toxic Gases within a Laboratory Environment In our Guide you can find out more information on VOC detection within laboratories:
QUALITY OF AIR IN THE CLINICAL EMBRYOLOGY LABORATORY IS CONSIDERED CRITICAL FOR HIGH IN VITRO FERTILISATION (IVF) SUCCESS RATES.
Pollutants can settle on work surfaces and dissolve in aqueous solutions of embryo culture medium and even more so in the lipophilic oil overlays. The vulnerable embryos cannot protect themselves against these environmental contaminants.