fume cupboard

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fume cupboard

n
(Chemistry) a ventilated enclosure for storing or experimenting with chemicals with harmful vapours
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The fume hood's sliding sash is made of 3/16" thick shatterproof Plexiglas and is fully adjustable to allow easy access into the fume chamber. Its "Easy-Touch" operation allows for precise positioning.
The experiment was supposed to be carried out in a fume chamber where the gases from the reactions would be channelled out the lab.
It features 70" viewing height and unobstructed view of fume chamber.
The fume chamber I is molded one piece seamless with all corners coved for easy cleaning and light reflectivity.
The fume chamber is molded one piece seamless with all corners coved for easy cleaning and light reflectivity.
The aerodynamic face opening with airfoil provides uniform airflow into the fume chamber. A constant volume low flow hood efficiently directs the airflow through the fume chamber to the exhaust outlet with minimum turbulence and maximum user protection.
The fume chamber and integral work surface is welded one piece seamless of white polypropylene.
The HEMCO fume hood is designed to direct and maintain a smooth, uniform flow of air into the fume chamber and across the work surface.