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Laboratory Furniture / Fumehoods / Chemical Storage

Envirosafe Ireland supply the Koettermann range of fumehoods, chemical storage cabinets and laboratory furniture

Technical data sheets, drawings etc available on request from info@envirosafeireland.ie
 

Fume Cupboards

Envirosafe Ireland offer a cost effective range of Ducted Fume Cupboards of plastic or metal construction.Our Fume Cupboards have been ...
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Chemical Storage

Chemical Storage Cabinets

Envirosafe Ireland can offer a range of Chemical Storage Cabinets from a number of manufacturers including Asecos, Ecosafe and Chemisafe ...
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​Laboratory Furniture

Envirosafe Ireland provide a full suite of Laboratory Furniture. Selecting the right furniture for your new laboratory can be a ...
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ionBench

ionBench

Envirosafe Ireland supply IonBench products. IonBench manufacture mobile benches for scientific instruments, and especially designed for Mass Spectrometers.   IonBench products are ...
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Fumehood and Containment Servicing

Envirosafe Ireland partner with Clearsphere Ltd who offer service contracts at very competitive rates for all types of fumehoods, laminar ...
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