New & Used Laboratory Hood

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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Nuaire
Model: NU-S301-636
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
2,226
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2005

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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Labconco
Model: FH Fume Hood
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
330
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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Labconco
Model: FH Fume Hood
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
1,797
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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Kewaunee
Model: VF5
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
280
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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Kewaunee
Model: VF5
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Germfree
Model: BZ-3SSRX
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
1,537
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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Nuaire
Model: AireGard ES NU-301-436
Location: United States, Alabama
995
2001

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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Nuaire
Model: NU-PR797-400
Location: United States, Connecticut
6,000
2010

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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Nuaire
Model: NU-415-600
Location: United States, Alabama
1,200
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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Mott Labs
Model: 7221000
Location: Canada, Quebec
3,000
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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Baker
Model: B-135
Location: United States, Minnesota
Rating: 92%
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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Biobase
Model: FH(X) Series
Location: India, Karnataka
101
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2017

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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Lab Fabricators
Model: MS Standard
Location: China, Guangdong
999
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2017

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Device: Laboratory Hood
Manufacturer: Lab Fabricators
Model: MS Standard
Location: China, Guangdong
1,299
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2017
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Laboratory Hood may also be referred to as :

Hood, Ducted | Laboratory Hood | Hood, Fume | Hood, Chemical | Fume Hood | Fume Chamber | Evacuator | Chemical Hood | Biological Safety Cabinet | Ducted Hood
 

Tips for buying Laboratory Hood

  1. Because laboratory hoods and biological safety cabinets are used under a wide variety of conditions, they should be constructed of materials that provide a safer and longer-lasting use. Laboratory hoods should be rigid, nonflammable, and non-corrosive with a chemical-resistant and acid-resistant work surface.
  2. The chemical hoods should come with an airflow monitor with an alarm to measure the face velocity and to alert employees when operation is out-of-range. The exhaust blower/fan should also have an alarm to indicate below-normal operation.
  3. To provide access to the inside of the laboratory hood without requiring that its sash would be completely open, an adjustable sash is recommended
  4. Facilities must look into other factors when considering a fume hood. These may include electrical receptacles, light fixtures, and utility controls offering conveniences that may be desirable.
  5. The mentioned above features might eliminate the need to put wires or other objects in the path of the sash, as this will prevent it from closing properly and may diminish the effectiveness of the laboratory hood.
  6. In any laboratory, the most common equipment is the chemical fume hood. However, before a laboratory hood or biological safety cabinet is installed, many important factors specific to each individual laboratory must be examined to ensure safety and user satisfaction. These factors include the type of hood to best fit the lab's needs, the specific space, energy, and ventilation requirements of the hood, duct installation, and the cost of maintenance.
  7. Each chemical hood should have its inner portion lined with a material that is chemically resistant to the reagents that will be used in the work area, as well as to their reaction products.
  8. Ductwork and exhaust-fan materials must also be inert to any chemicals or substances used in the biological safety cabinet.
  9. Facilities installing new air handling or local ventilation equipment, such as chemical hoods, should evaluate laboratory ventilation quality and quantity to ensure that the airflow remains uniform and non-turbulent.
  10. Facilities should carry out routine monitoring at least quarterly. This should include airflow patterns and face velocity, as well as maintenance of fans, ducts, and grilles.
  11. Facilities intending to buy auxiliary-air laboratory hoods should carry out an energy audit to determine if the cost of installing untreated air-supply systems justifies the savings from running less conditioned air through the biological safety cabinets.
  12. If facilities anticipate frequent handling of hazardous chemicals, they should seriously look into a ducted system.
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