• Ductless Hoods
  • Fume Extractors
  • Filters
  • Accessories
  • Clean Air Hoods
Custom Designs

Custom Enclosures for Lab Robotics and Automation Instrumentation

• Custom designed enclosures

• Economically priced

• Clean air or fume control

• Extruded aluminum framework

• Sterilizing UV available

To meet the increasing demands for enclosing robotics and lab automation instrumentation, Airfiltronix provides individually designed enclosures to insure for product and/or personnel protection. Airfiltronix specializes in providing customized engineering solutions to address customers' specific fume/particle or containment problems. Our modular design enables us to build custom sized enclosures without custom sized prices.

It is because of our expertise in fabricating custom enclosures that we have been provided the opportunity to build custom Laboratory Robotics Enclosures for numerous companies.

The enclosures can be:

Positive Pressure - creates a dust-free work area of better than 100 ppm for highly sensitive samples or instruments. Our portable clean rooms provide a particle and bacteria free work area for a fraction of the cost of a full size clean room. Units will protect product and samples from contamination with Class 100 or better clean air (see Filters for more information).

Negative Pressure - designed to enclose materials and operations under negative pressure, thereby preventing airborne contaminants from escaping into the work environment. Contaminated air is drawn through a variety of filters to remove pollutants and/or particulate and recirculates clean air back into the room. Filters are available for both vapors and particulates and they can be combined for multiple substance filtration (see Filters for complete information)

Blower/Filter modules are normally mounted on top of the hood, however, if space is limited they can be remotely located and connected to the hood via PVC hose. A high efficiency, brushless AC motor with dynamically balanced backward curved impeller moves up to 530 cfm in free air at a noise level of less than 70 db.