What is the difference between a biosafety centrifuge and a conventional centrifuge?
Biosecurity is an important part of national security. It generally refers to the hazards or potential risks caused by biological or non-human factors to the society, economy, people's health and ecological environment of the country, as well as the strategic and comprehensive measures to prevent and manage these hazards or risks.
Biosafety laboratory refers to a biological laboratory that meets the requirements of biosafety by means of protective barriers and management measures and can avoid or control the hazards of the harmful biological factors being operated. It is mainly used to carry out research in the fields of microbiology, biomedicine, biochemistry, animal laboratory and biological products.
Biosafety laboratories are classified into levels 1 to 4, depending on the level of protection.
High grade biosafety laboratories include laboratories with biosafety protection grades iii and IV.
Biosafety laboratory is an infrastructure and an important platform for carrying out biosafety related research. A high-level biosafety laboratory refers to a laboratory with a biosafety protection level of three or four, which is generally used for carrying out research related to severe infectious diseases.
And biosafety centrifuges play an important role in the laboratory.
In the centrifugation process, the biosafety centrifuge adopts a three-stage filter device, and the ultra-micro 3um biological filter ensures the gas in the centrifugal chamber is clean.
In standby mode, the biosafety centrifuge uses two tubes of ultraviolet light and high density plasma double cycle sterilization to ensure that the bacteria in the centrifuge chamber cannot survive.
The internal and external dual circulation clean mode ensures the biochemical safety of the laboratory environment without interfering with each other, so as to completely solve the harm caused by aerosol to operators.