Laboratory Fume Hood Line Provides Protection for Every Application
May 23 2017 Read 578 Times
HEMCO UniFlow Laboratory Fume Hoods are the most complete line of fume hoods in the industry. UniFlow AireStream low flow high performance fume hoods feature an exclusive all composite resin construction that is chemical resistant, flame retardant, lightweight, and meets UL 1805, SEFA 1, Ashrae 110, and ANSI Z9.5 standards. These hoods have a moulded one piece seamless composite resin interior fume chamber that has all coved corners and is white for superior light reflectivity. Available in sizes from 30” to 96” wide and in depths of 24” to 48”, and in CAV (air bypass) or VAV (restricted bypass) models. A wide selection of accessories and services are optional to meet exact user requirements.
Other UniFlow Fume Hoods are engineered and built for specialty application such as perchloric acid that has either a type 316 stainless steel or PVC welded one piece interior fume chamber including work surface and rear drain trough, acid digestion that has an HDPE welded one piece interior fume chamber including work surface and optional rear drain trough, radioisotope that has a type 304 stainless steel welded one piece interior fume chamber including work surface, and trace metals that has a polypropylene welded one piece interior fume chamber including the work surface. Each of these fume hoods would still have the composite resin exterior superstructure in lieu of traditional painted steel.
Support base cabinets, heavy duty tables and either epoxy resin, phenolic resin or stainless steel dished work surfaces are offered to complete the UniFlow fume hood installation. Additional lab furniture can be designed with the fume hoods including sinks, faucets, wall cabinets to complete the laboratory.
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