A PCR workstation, also known as a PCR hood, is a workspace, surrounded on three sides, providing a location for amplification of DNA and/or RNA. PCR hoods are used in biology and genetic laboratories so that there is no cross-contamination between samples. PCR workstations have no circulation, which helps prevent contamination, and UV illumination for sterilization. Different features between PCR workstations include dimensions, whether or not there is a HEPA filter, and if they have a timer for UV sterilization, consider meeting their requirements before purchasing.
Four internal electrical outlets, such as mini centrifuges or vortices, allow the combination of multiple working steps without interrupting the workflow for the operation of laboratory equipment
Larger area for stress-free work: Provides ample space and the possibility to accommodate bench-top equipment, the Xitij Instruments Pvt. Ltd PCR workstation allows the combination of multiple working steps without change of location, reducing the risk of cross-contamination is.