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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This contract concerns the acquisition, delivery in Delivery Duty Paid (hereinafter DDP), installation and commissioning on the CIRAD site of Saint-Pierre (Reunion), of 13 fume cupboards (+ 1 fume cupboard in variant), 3 Articulated Swivel Arms (BOA) as a basic solution (as an alternative to front-suction sensors), 8 hazardous chemical storage cabinets, 2 Type II Microbiological Safety Cabinets (PSM) meeting specifications described in the CCP.
In a statement, Mrs Smyth said: "Glass in the fume cupboard in the science block where we store organic chemicals left over from experiments broke.
been an isolated fire in a fume cupboard in Cardiff University's main building.
Build-up of pressure in a fume cupboard caused the blast on the fifth floor of Bangor University's Alun Roberts chemistry building at about 11.30am.
The SmartPan weighing pan now makes it possible to weigh down to 5 mg readability on a precision balance without the need for a draft shield--with results delivered up to 2x faster, even in a fume cupboard. The built-in StatusLight at the front of the terminal uses color to indicate intuitively when the balance is ready for weighing tasks to begin.
Where other UV digesters require protective glasses or a fume cupboard, the Modern Water UVI4000 needs no special set-up or protective arrangements.
5 December 2012 a[euro]" UK interiors group Havelock Europa Plc (LON:HVE) said it hadA signed an accord to sell fume cupboard and fume extraction service provider Clean Air Ltd to domestic Perrott Engineering Group Ltd for GBP420,000 (USD677,000/EUR517,000) in cash.
5 December 2012 - UK interiors group Havelock Europa Plc (LON:HVE) said it had signed an accord to sell fume cupboard and fume extraction service provider Clean Air Ltd to domestic Perrott Engineering Group Ltd for GBP420,000 (USD677,000/EUR517,000) in cash.
students mixed chemicals in a ceramic oil burner in a small fume cupboard.
A spokeswoman for Caer-philly County Borough Council said the teacher was performing an experiment in the laboratory's fume cupboard and the pupils were observing when the accident occurred.
The new company is based at Tyne Metropolitan College (formerly North Tyneside College), Wallsend, and will use its pounds 28,000 Selective Finance for Investment grant to install quality control equipment and a fume cupboard in a clean room facility within the college.
Developed by DSM Research as an upgrade of b the company's 3.5-ml micro-injection molding machine, the Xplore 10-ml machine fits easily on a laboratory bench or in a fume cupboard. It can be used in combination with DSM's twin-screw microcompounders, or, if there is no need to mix materials, it can be used as a standalone.