2d Hamilton Starlet and Liconic Incubation Enclosure

Hamilton Starlet and Liconic Assay Incubation Enclosure designed to provide personnel protection from liquid substances when performing assay chemistry operations involving the Hamilton ID Starlet with dimensions (L x W x H) 31.3” x 39.7” x 44.3” [795mm x 1008.38mm x 44.3mm] and a Liconic STX-Series (or similar) incubator with approximate dimensions (L x W x H) 51.18” x 51.18” x 74.80” [1.3m x 1.3m x 1.9m]. Enclosure features aluminum frame superstructure and black phenolic resin-coated base, dished to contain spills.

To facilitate “load and go” functionality, enclosure features the following passageways for loading and unloading of automated and / or robotic equipment.

  • (3x) sliding doors on upper front portion of unit
  • (3x) sliding doors on lower portion
  • Removable cross members (horizontally bisects upper and lower portions across whole perimeter of unit)

Enclosure was designed to function as secondary containment under biological laboratory work area conditions. (2x) 6” diameter exhaust ports on top of unit allow for connection to house exhaust. Flow Sciences, Inc. offers an array of vent kits at an additional cost.

For optimal height of workspace, Flow Sciences, Inc. recommends that you consider a table compatible with the dimensions indicated below. For information regarding Flow Sciences, Inc. tables and accessories, please click here.

Additional features include:

  • On right side: Door handles for ergonomic removal viewing panels
  • On front: door handles on right-most column and center column of sliding doors

Containment is provided when one sliding door is opened on either the upper row of [front] sliding doors of lower row of [front] sliding doors.


External Width: 87.00”
External Depth: 60.00”
Internal Height: 84.47”

FSI Category 9-10

  • What is being done inside of the enclosure? What type of material (powder, liquid, gas, nuisance odor) is being worked with? How does the material enter and exit the enclosure system? etc...
  • What type of filtration is required? Single HEPA, Dual HEPA, Carbon, House Exhaust, etc... What is the required OEL (Occupational Exposure Limit) for the process, or any other details about containment goals? What is the quantity of powder or liquid, task duration, composition of powder, etc...?
  • What equipment is being worked with? What is the equipment model, size, scope, function, and any other information that will affect the design of the enclosure, including movement, heat output, etc...? *State the specific equipment make and model if available*
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    • Are there any additional notes or information that should be considered? Are there any special design requirements?