My lab is going to expand in the second half this year. We are now looking for a new laminar flow cabinet which will be situated in a Class 10,000 clean room and it will be used for conducting USP 61 and 62. I would like to know which one I should opt for between vertical type and horizontal type. What are the pros and cons of the two types for USP 61 and 62 tests?
Gilman Wong, Ph.D
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