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12"W x 16"H x 6"D - Cleanroom 1-Compartment Dispenser
*Choose from Clear Acrylic or Clear PETG which is safe with IPA
S-Curve Technologies is the #1 company for the design and manufacture of acrylic dispensers and other cleanroom supplies to the high tech cleanroom industry, medical/dental industry and research/university laboratory industry.
1 Compartment Bulk Dispenser with Front Access. Designed for ambi gloves, bouffants, beard covers, ear plugs, etc.
- 1/4'' clear acrylic or 1/4'' clean PETG material, SAFE with IPA
- Full-length hinged lid for durability & contamination control
- Sloping lid to maintain HEPA flow
- Wall mountable or free-standing
- Edges are flame treated for smoothness
- Packaged in a poly bag - 1 per case
- Size: 12"W x 16"H x 6"D
Note: All cleanroom dispensers come with the dispenser only. Any other items shown in the pictures, for example: gloves, bouffants, wipers and apparel is not included with the dispenser. Also note, unless specified, pictures may not represent the correct material type, Acylic will be a very clear plastic while PETG will have a slight darker tint.
What is the difference between Acrylic and PETG?
Acrylic: This material is ideal if the environment doesn’t require cleaning equipment with IPA or other harsh chemicals. Acrylic makes a great dispenser because it’s highly scratch-resistant (unlike PETG) and costs about 40% less. Plus, as a whole, it’s a cleaner, nicer looking material. When you clean acrylic dispensers, just use soap and water.
PETG: This material is a plastic resin. The biggest benefit with choosing PETG over acrylic is compatibility with IPA (isopropyl alcohol) and other harsh chemicals. This is an important benefit because most drug manufacturers, bio-tech firms and some medical device manufacturers use IPA to clean their cleanrooms and the dispensers. Using IPA or other harsh chemicals on acrylic dispensers will cause them to eventually deteriorate and crack over time.