Vivid Air Research & Development

Due to the demand of a complete filtration solution, Vivid Air has its own R&D department, based at the head office in Durban, where new technology and products are tested for efficiency and customer satisfaction.

New product design and development is more often than not a crucial factor in the survival of a company.

Laboratory Equipment South Africa

In an industry that is fast changing, we have identified the need to revise our design and range of products.

This is necessary due to continuous technology change and development as well as other competitors and the changing preference of customers.

The product range is developed so that production processes are as efficient as possible and the products are technically superior, hence possessing a natural advantage in the market place.

Contact our laboratory equipment suppliers for more information about our filtration products and laboratory equipment South Africa.

 

[Title]The Importance of DOP Testing Your HEPA Filters and Housings

HEPA filters are used in various clean air environments and their primary function is to remove fine particulates from the air. It is, therefore, crucial that the HEPA filters are tested and maintained to ensure their optimal function in every application.

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Posted by Lloyd Goddard on Wednesday, August 26, 2020 Views: 103


[Title]PCR Enclosure – Dead Air Enclosure vs. Laminar Flow

A PCR enclosure, also referred to as a PCR workstation, is used in laboratories that deal with genetics and biology.

These workstations provide an enclosed space to effectively prevent cross contamination between samples and UV lights that are used for sterilisation.

Generally speaking, a PCR enclosure is a workspace that is enclosed on three sides and is used for performing amplification of DNA and RNA.

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Posted by Lloyd Goddard on Sunday, May 31, 2020 Views: 497


[Title]Positive and Negative Air pressurisation for Fan Filter Units

As we manage the Corona Virus Pandemic, the sterility of our environments as well as the air quality around us must be assessed. This pandemic will burden our society for some time to come and the World Health Organisation has advised that rooms be adequately ventilated when dealing with the Corona Virus. 

Cleanrooms, Laboratories and Isolation Wards use various methods to ensure sterile and safe environments when handling infectious substances.

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Posted by Lloyd Goddard on Thursday, April 30, 2020 Views: 902