Filtering Out Danger from Laboratory Air






Learn how to conveniently eliminate toxic chemical vapors from laboratory air.

Working with noxious chemicals in the laboratory is a necessity. Chemicals such as toluene or xylene are essential for breaking down the molecular components of cells, but that quality also makes them especially dangerous to scientists. Often, the well-acclimated noses of scientists fail to detect trace amounts of these chemicals in the air, resulting in chronic exposure to toxic fumes with the potential to damage their lungs, central nervous systems, and more.

Download this article from Sentry Air Incorporated to learn about a convenient solution for safely and effectively eliminating dangerous chemical vapors from the laboratory air.