Large Work Area.The spacious 60" Wide Ducted Fume Hood may be an excellent choice for applications with multiple-step processes that require an enclosed work area for exterior exhaust. This unit’s expansive width can house several instruments and devices, so multiple steps can be carried out without moving from one task site to another.
Fits Standard Countertops. Despite the sizeable interior width of this hood, its exterior depth is just 24”, the depth of most standard countertops. Special stands or tables are typically not required. See the technical specifications below for additional dimensions.
Durable and Cost-Effective. This hood is manufactured of high-density polyethylene and polycarbonates and is resistant to many chemicals and solvents. It is an effective and economical tool in many commercial, chemical, medical, laboratory, and industrial applications that deal with volatile organics, powder and capsule filling, solvent vapors, light acid etching, or applications where filtration media may not be effective.
Customization Options.This hood can be ordered with custom options, such as:
This unit includes a 8” Exhaust Collar and does not include ducting or fan. Ask Sentry Air Systems Applications Specialists for assistance in selecting a suitable fan. Crating for shipping is available as well. To view fume hoods that include a fan and filtration media, visit our Ductless Fume Hood page.
All specifications are nominal and subject to change without notice. Not intended for explosive or highly flammable applications. (i.e. when the Lower Flammability Limit is exceeded for any given chemical). Please consult the specific MSDS for questions regarding flammability limits. The end user is ultimately responsible for conforming to all applicable exhaust ventilation regulations. Consult local, state and federal agencies regarding the suitability of your application prior to venting fumes to the environment. It is your ultimate responsibility to ensure the safety and suitability of your application. For more information, contact a local safety professional (certified industrial hygienist) for conformance and suitability.