A glove box is a sealed container that is designed to allow one to manipulate objects where a separate atmosphere is desired. Built into the sides of the glove box are gloves arranged in such a way that the user can place their hands into the gloves and perform tasks inside the box without breaking containment. Part or all of the box is usually transparent to allow the user to see what is being manipulated.
Two types of glove boxes exist.
The first allows a person to work with hazardous substances, such as radioactive materials or infectious disease agents, and the second allows manipulation of substances that must be contained within a very high purity inert atmosphere, such as argon or nitrogen.
- Safety glass viewing port.
- Rugged (12 Ga.) stainless steel housing.
- Large ten (10"Ã¸) inch diameter glove ports.
- Optically clear transfer chambers for observing.
- Adjustable stainless steel hardware throughout.
- Polycarbonate inner transfer chamber door (no out gassing).
- Total front panel access for large equipment.
- Vacuum gauge and leveling plate with Transfer Chamber.
- Ambidextrous white Hypalon gloves, ten (10"Ã¸) inch diameter.
- Bright white fluorescent light.
- Multiple electric outlet strip (hospital grade).
- Electrically rated at 115-120 volts, 220-240 volts available.
- Environmental science
- Medical laboratories and more
- Complete portability from lab to lab.
- Easy to load large bulky equipment.
- Unit does not "out gas".
- Increased chemical resistance of stainless steel.
- Units can be "coupled" together for multiple user operations.
- Excellent low humidity characteristics.
- Neutral (non-reactive) environmental work.
- Complete safety for transferring anaerobic field samples.