mini CyanoSafe

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Safely Processes Evidence, Protects Personnel and is Easy to Use.

The mini CyanoSafe™ Filtered Cyanoacrylate Fuming Chamber provides a controlled environment for the processing of latent fingerprints on most non-porous surfaces.

It uses the cyanoacrylate fuming method to safely and effectively process evidentiary while eliminating personnel exposure to hazardous cyanoacrylate fumes.

The mini CyanoSafe™ utilizes solid-state heating elements that accelerate cyanoacrylate polymerization while providing proper humidity levels inside the chamber. An automatic controller monitors filter conditions and allows automatic processes on latent evidence.

Simply place the cyanoacrylate into the heating tray and press "PROCESS" on the automatic controller. The chamber locks down and a humidity sensor is activated as the fuming process begins. Once the desired results are achieved, press "PURGE" to automatically removes all harmful cyanoacrylate fumes from the chamber.

Unit comes complete with a Hybrid Bonded Carbon Filter ( No. ACF10018H). This product does not require a prefilter.

mini CyanoSafe™ Dimensions:

Exterior 24"W x 32"H x 18"D
Interior 23.5"W x 17.5H x 16.75"D

The AirSafe Automatic Safety Controller features:

  • Timing of evidence processing cycle
  • Monitoring of main Carbon filter life
  • Controls humidity levels
  • User set process time up to 60 minutes
  • Self diagnostic ensures safe operation
  • One-touch control of all chamber features

mini CyanoSafe™ Features:

  • All structural polypropylene construction
  • Vapor-proof fluorescent light
  • Audible and visual alarms
  • Gas sensor
  • AirSafe automatic safety controller for system monitoring
  • Hanging rods and clips
  • Operates from a standard 110-volt or 220-volt electrical outlet
  • Cyanoacrylate accelerator with temperature shut-off
  • Brushless, sparkless motor
  • Clip to mount Control Strip

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