class III isolator / for the pharmaceutical industry / floor-standing / glove box
for the pharmaceutical industry
Jindal isolation systems provide inherently superior sterility compared to open front clean air devices such as laminar flow clean benches and Class II biological safety cabinets. USP797 guidelines specify that isolators may be situated in an area subject to less severe environmental controls compared with open front clean air devices. The pharmacy isolators are also for H1N1 applications. The pharmacy isolators are a cost-effective solution especially for lower-volume pharmacies. They reduce operating and renovation costs, take up less space, and are easier to maintain. The negative pressure, recirculating model is suitable for work involving hazardous materials, antineoplastic, or cytotoxic compounding applications.
The work zone and pass-thru interchange are under negative pressure to the room in order to maintain operator protection.
When hazardous drugs compounds have the potential to volatilize, the negative pressure, recirculating isolator should be selected.
The outer body of the isolator is made of Mild Steel duly powder coated. The work surface is made of thick stainless steel. The side panels have windows of thick acrylic for viewing purposes.