Clean Environments sends tech to the Arctic Circle

Ice samples will be protected using Vertical Laminar Flow Hood

Clean Environments have sent their technology to Greenland to aid a team conducting research there.

The scientists from the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science at Leeds University are conducting an 18-month research programme on the Greenland ice sheet.

The team will be sampling the ice sheet throughout their time there and as particulate contamination is a major concern the company have shipped out one its Clean Hoods to the summit station, more than 72 degrees north.

Handling of samples and experiments will be carried out in a Vertical Laminar Flow Hood (Clean Environments CH1200V) to exclude particulate contaminants to them.

Clean Tent’s CT1200 Laminar Flow Booth

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