Crimp Separation Procedure
for 800-BIBO/CRIMPER, 800-BIBO/CRIMPS and the 800-BIBO “Bag-In / Bag-Out” port
by PLAS n LABS
The PLAS n LABS’ 800-BIBO, optional bag-in
/ bag-out waste port includes a 14” x 48” long
ArmorFlex TM polypropylene bag for safe removal of HEPA filters. Used HEPA filters are
always contained and are never exposed outside
of the containment isolator. Bag port is 12” OD
clear acrylic with two machined grooves for bag
placement.
The 840-Series Isolators, with the 800-BIBO,
includes containment levels <1.0 nanograms/
cubic meter.
800-BIBO, Bag-In / Bag-Out port
800-BIBO/BAGS, additional bags
800-BIBO/CRIMPER, Crimping tool and caps
800-BIBO/CRIMPS, Red closure crimps for
bags
1.
Separate handles of crimp tool
(800-BIBO/CRIMPER) and insert crimp (800-BIBO/CRIMPS)
into tool jaws.
(Figure 1)
2.
Turn tool over and insert the
second crimp into the tool
jaws.
(Figure 2)
3.
Twist the liner material forming a tight, straight, uniform
crimp area.
(Figure 3)
4.
Position crimps around twist.
Note: Diameter of twisted
liner should be small enough
to produce loose fit in crimps.
(Figure 4)
840-PHU/10/SP
840-PHU/10/SP, Powder Handling Unit shown features
hinged front door with oval polypropylene glove ports,
Closed-Loop double HEPA filtration system, two clear
acrylic square transfer chambers, anti-static ionizer and
much more.
Figure 1
Figure 3
Figure 2
Figure 4
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Crimp Separation Procedure
5.
Squeeze tool handle to engage
crimps. Relax pressure on tool
handle and squeeze again to
further drive tool.
(Figure 5)
6.
Continue to squeeze and relax
until crimp is fully engaged.
One tooth remaining open is
acceptable.
(Figure 6)
7.
Pull knob on back of tool
while pressing release trigger
to release jaws.
(Figure 7)
8.
Press sides of tool to separate
jaws to remove tool from installed crimps.
(Figure 8)
9.
Continued
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
Figure 8
Figure 9
Figure 10
Figure 11
Figure 12
Place blade of cutter between
crimps and squeeze handles
to separate liner.
(Figure 9 & 10)
10. Install caps on crimp bodies
making sure both retaining
tabs are engaged.
(Figure 11)
11. Always reseal crimp storage
bag after use.
(Figure 12)
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