Equipment used in a laboratory setting to protect workers from harmful gases and chemicals and specimens from contamination.
Biological safety cabinets protect both the specimen and the user from biological contamination.
Breathing air systems and ventilation air systems provide reliable and safe air supply sources to workers in hazardous industrial environments.
Clean benches are designed to protect biological specimens by bathing the work area with air that is free of particulate contamination.
Cleanroom supplies and accessories include garments, flooring, lighting, ducting and other items used in cleanroom settings.
Cleanrooms are contamination-free environments where high-tech manufacturing and assembly take place.
Ear protection devices protect the ears and ear organs from elevated decibel levels and debris and water ingress.
Eyewear includes safety devices, such as safety goggles, worn to protect the eyes.
Face shields are safety devices designed to protect the face from debris or other hazards.
Laboratory fume hoods are partially enclosed workspaces that are exhausted to the outside.
Gloveboxes and isolators are used to contain hazardous substances or materials that must not come in contact with the outside environment.
Hot cells are shielded radiation containment chambers that allow operators to safely handle and manipulate radioactive isotopes. They are used in both the nuclear energy industry and in nuclear medicine.
Industrial floor mats include rubber mats and matting, modular floor mat systems, and other matting for traction, impact protection, worker ergonomics and comfort. They can include functional features such as ESD protection.
Laser protective eyewear includes glasses and goggles designed to filter out harmful radiation from lasers.
Respirators and Dust Masks protect the wearer from inhalation of harmful contaminants.
Safety clothing (also personal protective equipment, or PPE) is functional attire that minimizes the wearer's occupational risks. PPE is considered the last line of defense in worker safety, yet remains a crucial aspect of it.
Safety gloves are personal protective equipment worn over the hands to protect users from adverse processes or environments. They come in a variety of designs to support their breadth of utility.
Shower and eye washing stations are used for hand washing and emergency eye and body washing in laboratory, industrial or factory environments.
Thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLDs) and film badges offer delayed-read measurements of cumulative exposure to ionizing radiation. They are commonly worn by personnel.