Category: Laboratory Equipment

05

Jul2015
In order to keep a laboratory’s air safe and clean, a lab owner can purchase and install a fume hood. This device will either re-circulate cleaned and filtered air into the room or will completely expel the contaminated air through a duct system to the exterior of the building.Looking At ... Read More
05/07/2015satish

05

Jul2015
Using A Polypropylene Fume HoodA laboratory that performs research or experiments using hazardous chemicals that can become airborne may need the presence of a polypropylene fume hood. This device can ensure that the air quality inside the lab remains safe for the lab workers to breathe in. There are many ... Read More
05/07/2015satish

05

Jul2015
Laboratory fume hoods are helpful in the expulsion of contaminated air from a lab. Since a lab can sometimes be a rather small, enclosed room, the air that is present is often re-circulated many times in the small space.Laboratory fume hoods are needed in these small labs for workers who ... Read More
05/07/2015satish

05

Jul2015
Working With A Portable Fume HoodLaboratory workers who work with hazardous chemicals that become airborne such as formaldehyde may need a fume hood present in the lab. A fume hood can filter or expel the contaminated air and ensure that the air that is present in the lab is safe ... Read More
05/07/2015satish

29

Jun2015
For those who work in a laboratory, safety is one of the first concerns. In order to have a safe laboratory, there may be a fume hood fan present to keep the air in the lab breathable. A fume hood offers a ventilation source in the laboratory in order to ... Read More
29/06/2015satish

29

Jun2015
For those who work in a laboratory, safety is one of the first concerns. In order to have a safe laboratory, there may be a fume hood present to keep the air in the lab breathable.Fume Hood A fume hood offers a ventilation source in the laboratory in order to ensure ... Read More
29/06/2015satish

28

Jun2015
The location of the fume hood with respect to open windows, doorways, and personnel traffic directly influences the containment ability of the hood. The placement of the fume hoods, air supply diffusers, pedestrian walkways, etc. should encourage horizontal, laminar flow of supply air into the hood. The following chart below ... Read More
28/06/2015satish