Fume Cabinet Range Offers High Level Protection and Economical Running Costs
Jun 13 2019 Read 297 Times
Clean air is expensive. Ducted fume cabinets and enclosures are one of the largest operational and maintenance costs a lab has to take into consideration. The one-off cost for construction of ductwork may seem appealing, however, the on-going cost of power and increased HVAC load on the facility can be significant.
Bigneat recirculating fume cabinets are a highly efficient option providing excellent levels of operator protection. They are simpler to install and typically have lower on-going running costs than a ducted system. During operation clean recirculated air is returned to the room with all harmful airborne pollutants removed. In addition, they can be easily relocated should the need arise. A ducted system would simply expel pollutants to the atmosphere causing environmental damage and potential risk to people that live nearby the facility.
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