Agilent Bravo Automated Liquid Handler Enclosure designed to provide odor abatement and personnel protection from moving parts on the Agilent Automated Liquid Handler. Features removable sliding sash for loading and unloading of the Agilent Bravo. Features emergency stop (E – Stop) compatibility which stop machine from moving when the sash is raised*. The Agilent Bravo machine automatically resumes movement when the sash is lowered. Features polypropylene superstructure, acrylic viewing panels, and 3” diameter rubber membrane iris ports on each side to facilitate ingress/egress of electrical cables and cords.

Additional features include:

  • Blanked port on each side (total of 2) for optional retrofitting of FS2070 Waste Chute and/or FS2079 Double Safe Waste Chute
  • FS1650 face velocity alarm alerts the user when face velocity measurement is below the setpoint calibrated by the certifier

*Removable sliding sash features a limit switch which re-energizes the Agilent Bravo when the sliding sash is closed (machine movement immediately stopped when E – Stop function is activated)

Dimensions:

External Width: 35.75” [908mm]
External Depth: 34.00” [864mm]
Internal Height: 42.17” [976mm]

  • 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?