HEMCO Corp.'s CleanAire II Ductless Hoods are designed to meet DH I requirements as defined by SEFA 9. These hoods features a built-in carbon filtration system to adsorb non-toxic fumes and odors. The hoods are equipped with an integral blower, vapor proof light, fan and light switches.
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Mystaire Inc. has introduced its Aura Elite Ductless Fume Hood. The fume hood includes the latest in microprocessor-based controls, including constant monitoring of fume hood face velocity, gas phase filtration saturation, temperature and humidity monitoring, along with instantaneous filter to chemical application validation.
Erlab’s Halo is a lab-grade air filtration system that provides safe reduction of air change rates while simultaneously improving the air quality of a lab. The technology utilizes Erlab’s patented Neutrodine filtration technology, allowing users to keep air quality high, without wasting energy.
Air Science USA’s Vent-Box ductless filtration system is designed to protect lab personnel from chemical vapors found inside of stand-alone chemical safety cabinets. The Vent-Box utilizes the Air Science Multiplex Filtration System.
Mott Manufacturing’s Observation2 fume hood provides next-generation aesthetics, ergonomics, energy conservation and safety. Large glass panels bring in natural light and views while giving supervisors the ability to see students or employees are working safely.
E+E Elektronik’s EE671 transmitter measures air velocity up to 20 m/sec. The built-in VTQ flow sensing element, based on thin-film technology, works on the hot-film anemometer principle. The sensor design, made possible by the use of transfer molding technology, is particularly resistant to contamination.
Hamilton Scientific has introduced the Panorama steel lab casework and the Mistral fume hood. The Panorama universal steel cabinet is engineered using an innovative design process to produce high-quality steel casework that provides a variety of sizes and styles that are field convertible.
TROX USA now offers an integrated RN control valve with its active chilled beams, providing added benefits for constant-volume lab spaces. The circular RN volume flow controller is field adjustable, requires no tools and uses no external power, saving energy and reducing system maintenance.
Mott Manufacturing’s adaptable Optima fume hood allows for personalized ergonomics, changing lab processes and is designed to meet demanding safety standards. The hood features a push-button height-adjustable worksurface that improves ergonomics and accommodates people with disabilities and a self-lowering sash that enhances operator safety and energy savings.
Greenheck’s Vektor-MS inline mixed-flow lab exhaust fan is designed to reduce fan energy in demand-based lab exhaust applications and safely allows variable frequency drives to be applied to the lab exhaust fan. Featuring Sure-Aire noninvasive flow monitoring, the Vektor-MS responds to changes in airflow and static pressure in an occupied space.
Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc.’s S3 Biosafety System Class I is an intelligent aerosol containment hood designed for Bio-Rad’s S3 Cell Sorter. The system adheres to the biosafety requirements of the ISAC and protects users and the environment from aerosols created during the cell sorting process.
Labconco’s redesigned Protector stainless steel radioisotope hoods feature fully sealed integral worksurfaces with coved interiors to facilitate decontamination. New to the design are two Cord-Keeper slots located on the left and right side of the airfoil to allow the sash to close completely when electrical cords from equipment inside the hood are plugged into receptacles located on the corner posts.
HEMCO’s UniFlow Trace Metal Fume Hoods are specifically designed for applications where high accuracy is a must and its imperative that the fume hood be constructed of non-metallic materials. The fume hoods feature a welded one-piece seamless polypropylene interior fume chamber and baffle.
Air Science USA’s new line of biological safety cabinets—the Purair BIO—is designed to protect individuals, the environment and products from biological particulates. As a Class II Type A2 biosafety cabinet, the Purair BIO minimizes and contains BSL-1 to BSL-3 agents, maintaining negative pressure inside the cabinet during operation to prevent contaminants from escaping the workarea.
This two-day-day introduction to the design and evaluation of laboratory HVAC systems combines lecture, class discussion, hands-on laboratory work, and group activities. Topics include basic airflow principles; ventilation equipment exhaust requirements; OSHA, ANSI, ASHRAE and NFPA regulations; fume hood testing and laboratory controls.
Labconco’s Paramount ductless enclosures are self-contained workstations that don’t require ducting, making them suitable for modular labs where applications or personnel change. The enclosures are suitable in a lab setting where everything from dealing with noxious fumes to fingerprint powders are used.
HEMCO Corp.’s Acid Storage Cabinet is specifically designed for the storage of corrosive chemicals and is available in 12-, 18-, 24-, 30-, 36-, 42- and 48-in widths. Standard size is 35-in high and 22-in deep.
Purair 5 ductless fume hoods from Air Science USA feature a high level of operator protection where routine work is carried out. The units exceed OSHA, ANSI and all relevant international standards. The ductless design allows the unit to be positioned over a sink or benchtop apparatus.
AirClean Systems AC600 Series chemical workstations provide protection of the operator and lab environment from toxic vapors, gases, fumes and particulates when performing low-volume applications with known chemicals. Smaller and more flexible than AirClean’s ductless fume hoods, the workstations include the same advanced safety features and technology.
The newly redesigned Protector Stainless Steel Radioisotope hoods from Labconco feature fully sealed integral worksurfaces with coved interiors to facilitate decontamination. New to the design are two Cord-Keeper slots located on the left and right side of the air foil to allow the sash to close when electrical cords from equipment inside the hood are plugged into receptacles located on the corner posts.
The Purair Flex Film Isolator features a curved film design that provides more working volume in the glove bag. The double O-ring design on the standard polyurethane cuffs allow users to quickly and easily change gloves to meet a variety of dexterity needs.
The Mystaire FE-2620 ductless economy chemical workstation provides operator protection while performing routine lab manipulations with liquid chemicals or powders. The ductless economy chemical workstation can easily be positioned over a lab sink, or placed directly on a counter or benchtop.
Strobic Air offers a monostack fume exhaust fan with wheel sizes from 18 to 36 in. Airflow capacities go to 24,000 cfm with no belts or couplings. The direct drive, low premium efficient VFD duty motors have spark-resistant construction. The efficient nozzle design has high velocity plume dispersion.
Air Science’s Purair SKY ceiling-mounted filtration units are designed to protect lab personnel and the environment in areas where hazardous substances are handled. Central to the design of the Purair SKY Series is the Multiplex filtration system and EFT enhanced filtration technology, ensuring universal protection in the work environment over a wide range of applications.
The complete range of Aura ESD ductless chemical fume hoods from Mystaire are designed for electrostatic-sensitive applications. Aura’s user protection against toxic fume exposure has been combined with electrostatic dissipative features.
Hamilton Scientific recently completed the installation of steel casework and fume hoods in the 351,000-sf CFL in Washington, DC. This $4.3 million lab serves the Dept. of Forensic Services, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and the Dept. of Public Health.
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