It is a new type of technical equipment for air-conditioned workshop and clean workshop. Widely used in electronics, chemical, machinery, medicine, universities, laboratories and other fields.
The fume hood can be used for the operation of potentially dangerous or unknown infection factors, as well as the experiment of strong acid, strong alkali, strong corrosive and volatile. Protect operator and sample safety.
Fume Hood FH(P) series are used to protect lab environment and operator during general chemical applications.
It actively protects operator from inhaling toxic vapors and dramatically reduces the risk of fire and explosion.
By installing proper filter, it can also protect environment.
- It is safer to use anti-corrosive water tap.
- Microprocessor control system, LED display
- With memory function in case of power-failure
- Made of porcelain white PP, resistant to strong acid, alkali and anti-corrosion.
- Front window which is made of thick transparent toughened glass maximize light and visibility inside the fume hood, providing a bright and open working environment.
What are the suitable applications for Fume Hoods?
Chemical Transfer, Dilution, Mixing, Buffer Preparation, Applications with minimal heating, Titration, pH testing.
Can fume hoods be used as a storage space for volatile, flammable or noxious chemicals?
Chemicals can be stored during an ongoing analysis but ducted fume hoods are not designed for permanent chemical storage. Items placed inside the fume hood can interfere with air flow and may cause contaminants to be drawn in.
Can I use a ducted fume hood to safely dispose chemicals by means of evaporation?
Chemicals are exhausted out into the atmosphere untreated so fume hoods are inappropriate for waste disposal. Always follow proper chemical waste disposal protocols designated in your laboratory.
What are the factors to consider when purchasing a ducted fume hood?
Location impacts the nature and extent of external airflow disturbances which may affect a ducted fume hood's performance. It is advisable to have a site assessment before purchasing a ducted fume hood.
The types of chemicals, quantity, temperature and nature of handling are important factors to consider. There is a wide range of ducted fume hood models, each designed to handle a specific type of chemical and application.