Ken has teamed with Ted and Bob Gibson, whose own proficiency in the laboratory furniture and fume hood
business spans more than 35 years.
For example, the high performance fume hood
and the makeup air displacement distribution system saved ductwork, air handling, and central cooling/heating plant capacity (off-site).
The objective of safe and efficient laboratory hoods can be improved by finding an alternative that does not rely on face velocity to calculate the volumetric flow of air through a fume hood
Similarly, labs driven by their fume hood
usage can be further reviewed to determine if sashes are properly managed (an occupant behavior program), or to consider implementation of a more efficient fume hood
strategy (an equipment/controls-focused program).
UniFlow's new FM Fume Hoods
are designed for synthesis, distillation and other rack type operations where tall apparatus is used or equipment is rolled into the work area.
As an alternative to ducted fume hoods
, some laboratories use a ductless or advanced filtering fume hood
with a molecular carbon filter.
Met-Pro Corporation (NYSE: MPR), a provider of product recovery, pollution control, fluid handling and filtration solutions, has announced that its Strobic Air business unit has received a contract for research laboratory fume hood
exhaust systems, according to Raymond J De Hont, the company's chairman and chief executive officer
Following proper safety precautions (including a chemical lab coat/apron, safety goggles, and thick butyl gloves), pour out a small amount (10 to 15 mL) of fuming nitric acid and fuming sulfuric acid into separate labeled vials while under the fume hood
UniFlow fume hood
is available in 48", 60", 72", and 96" width, 32" depth, and 59" height.
The GreenFumeHood launched by ERLAB is a ductless fume hood
that filters out acids, bases and other solvents with one type of a filter.
Erlab offers a carbon filtering ductless fume hood
for cleaning endoscopes with Cidex.
Choosing architects without this knowledge has resulted in expensive building mistakes that seem almost comical after the fact, like the builder who wanted to put a restaurant-style fume hood
in a high school chemistry lab.