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fume cupboard

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(Chemistry) a ventilated enclosure for storing or experimenting with chemicals with harmful vapours
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The Aire-Stream Fume Hood is constructed entirely of chemical resistant, flame retardant, non-metallic composite resin materials and features an exclusive "Unitized" construction that does not require screws, bolts, rivets, or metallic hardware to assemble.
The lab section features an enclosed fume hood workstation by Lab Design, four Monoxivent Mini Arms exhaust vents with clear glass dome hoods, epoxy resin and wood countertops, VCT flooring, composite board cabinets, and steel lockers for parts and materials storage.
This patent broadly covers systems and methods where laboratory and fume hood controls are integrated with Building Automation networks.
The first major innovation was to use variable air exhaust for fume hoods and variable air supply in the labs, while keeping a face velocity of 100 FPM at fume hood opening.
Prepare a hot plate in a fume hood and set the temperature to 100[degrees]C.
The latest mobile ductless fume hood from Air Science USA is compact enough (77.
Erlab's GreenFumeHood is designed to operate like a traditional fume hood, but by using less energy and releasing fewer toxins.
The GreenFumeHood launched by ERLAB is a ductless fume hood that filters out acids, bases and other solvents with one type of a filter.
No equipment, other than what you're working on, should be in the fume hood that will hinder proper flow through the hood.
The best practice is to run PVC with a fume hood over the die head and store spare screens far away.
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.
4 percent accuracy, the Series 677 Differential Pressure Transmitter is ideal for building energy management systems, environmental pollution control, oven pressurization, fume hood control, HVAC and VAV applications.