Category: Ducted Fume Hoods

Content that focuses on Ducted Fume Hoods in their entirety. This blog discusses ducted fume hood configurations, choice of efficiency, and applications.

Laboratory Fume Hoods

laboratory fume hoods

Laboratory fume hoods provide operator and environmental protection from hazardous fumes, particulate, and other gases. Through inhalation, harmful fumes directly enter the blood stream and small particles may become embedded deep within the lungs (Ref. 1). A laboratory fume hood reduces exposure by containing the fumes and particulate dispersed during an experiment and a powerful… Learn More

Cost-effective exhaust system for beryllium-copper fume removal

Recently, a customer reached out to us regarding their Beryllium-Copper (BeCu) annealing process. They requested a ducted exhaust hood to help protect their employees from breathing harmful, noxious fume while working with the BeCU parts.   Background Beryllium-Copper is a copper alloy containing small amounts of beryllium and is known for its high strength. Its… Learn More

Respiratory protection from Schaudinn Fixative vapor

Schaudinn’s Fixative is a mercuric chloride-based fluid that is used to preserve the integrity of sample specimens in preparation for analysis. Once specimen fixation occurs, a stain is usually applied to the samples to help in the identification of specific microscopic organisms. While not a complete list, the fields of Parasitology, Cytology and Fecal Sampling… Learn More