Negative Pressure Research Isolator Systems

CBC's Flexible Film (Softwall) Negative Pressure Research Isolator Systems are Designed for Personnel Protection and Product Containment.

Negative Pressure Research Isolator Systems.

Above: A negative pressure, flexible film research isolator (available as single- and double-tier).

Negative Pressure, Flexible Film (Softwall), Germ-Free Isolators are Designed to Offer Researchers Complete Environmental Control.

With negative pressure isolators the air is pulled out of the isolator, which creates a lower pressure inside the chamber than the ambient room pressure. An external frame is needed to prevent the chamber from collapsing. In the event of a breach, the surrounding room air is pulled into the isolator preventing any product inside the isolator from leaving the isolator (often called a containment isolator).

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Patient Isolation Canopy.

Above: Patient Isolation Chamber/Canopy.   More Information

Negative Pressure Containment Units.

Above: Negative Pressure Containment Units for containment of pathogens such as the Covid 19, H5N1 (the avian flu), H1N1 (the swine flu) and Bacillus anthracis (anthrax); and for necropsy tables to prevent the potential spread of organisms during a necropsy.   More Information

Decontamination Chamber

Above: Decontamination Chambers.   More Information

Durable Construction

Above: The CBC lap-seam sealing process is more durable than single seam seals.

Above: CBC's 20 mil. polyurethane material is almost indestructible and helps ensure against contamination due to accidental puncture or tear.