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Fume Hoods Suited for Demanding Environments

Wed, 01/02/2013 - 4:27pm

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NuAire’s Polypropylene FumeGard Vertical Laminar Airflow Conventional and By-Pass Fume Hoods are designed for the corrosive, semi-conductor or metal-free laboratory. Manufactured using stress-relieved, fully seam-welded, white 100% polypropylene, the entire hood and vented acid storage base cabinet are constructed from .5”-thick polypropylene. The drawers, drawer guides, sliding window components, handles, hinges and screws are solid polypropylene. Available in four sizes—4, 5, 6 and 8 ft widths—and two standard work surface depths of 24 or 30”, the hoods are ergonomically designed to provide maximum user comfort.  FumeGard NU162/164 Fume Hoods provide quality personnel protection. When used with proper laboratory techniques, it is an effective laboratory aid in reducing the potential for exposure of gases, fumes, vapors and/or particulate generated as a result of work-in-progress operations. The hoods are a suited solution for professionals in chemical engineering, electrical engineering, environmental toxic analysis, toxicology, analytical chemistry and trace metal analysis fields. Each cabinet is inspected and certified to SEFA 1-1992 performance and independently tested meeting ASHRAE Standard 110-1995 requirements. FumeGard NU-156 Vertical Laminar Flow/Wet Process/Fume Hood bench module cabinet is a single piece construction of all stress-relieved, fully seam-welded 100% white polypropylene that can be used where product and personnel protection are required. Areas of use include chemical research, microelectronics, high acid/trace metal analysis use, semi-conductor design/development and production assembly processes. The cabinet has been designed and tested to meet performance criteria as established by the National Sanitation Foundation Standard No. 4, Federal Standard 209d, Class 10 Air Quality conditions, and meets the ASHRAE Standard 110-1995 for fume hoods.

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