AirClean Systems – AirClean® Systems manufactures a complete range of products designed to protect the operator, process or both from toxic vapors, fumes, gases and particulate.
The company was founded in 1992 on the basis that it is possible for a fume hood manufacturer to provide this protection using state-of-the-art materials and manufacturing systems, enabling a cost-effective solution for most containment requirements.
Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, AirClean® System’s custom-designed 32,000 square-foot manufacturing facility offers full electronic and mechanical design capability. As a fume hood manufacturer, AirClean® Systems’ extensive CAD-CAM design experience, CNC machining center and full electronics design department allows AirClean® Systems the flexibility necessary to keep pace with today’s ever-changing market.
The Baker Company – For 60 years The Baker Company has been at the forefront of engineering, testing and production of reliable laboratory contamination control equipment. Recognized as the industry pioneer, The Baker Company maintains an unparalleled passion for helping our customers advance science, discovery, and clinical care.
The people of Baker have built that reputation by taking no chances with customers’ safety and making no compromises when it comes to protecting the success of your research. Baker contamination control equipment and products for the laboratory are built to order with precision craftsmanship and designed expressly for your unique situation. Our rigorous testing protocols go above and beyond what the average user would ever encounter and our quality control measures exceed industry standards.
Our commitment to sustainable business practices and the development of a new generation of energy efficient products ensures that you — and your budget — will be pleased.
ISAC Biosafety Guidelines II – An article on updated biosafety guidelines by I. Schmid et al. has been published in Cytometry A, 2007. The 2007 PDF version of the article can be downloaded here – please check the ISAC Standards page to be sure there is no more recent version available.