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Stainless Steel Walk In Fume Hood Laboratory Furniture Type Exhuast Air R 1500-3000m³/h

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Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: HUILV
Certification: CE,SGS,ISO
Model Number: HL-TFG-00023

Payment & Shipping Terms:

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 set or 1 uint
Price: Negotiation
Packaging Details: Bulk package Bubble Film+Hard Cotton.
Delivery Time: within 8-15 workdays
Payment Terms: Western Union, T/T, L/C
Supply Ability: more than 10000 units per month
Detailed Product Description
Product Name: Walk In Fume Hood Inner Liner: PP, FRP, Epoxy Resin, Ceramic Etc
Exhuast Air Rate: 1500-3000m³/h Motor Power: 0.5-1.1kw
Size: 1200/1500/1800/2000*900*2350mm Material: High Pressure Resin Or Cold-rolled Steel Or PP Etc
Exhaust System: CAV Or VAV Noise Level: ϼ60dB

Laboratory Low Level Walk In Fume Hood Exhaust Fume Cupboards



Energy consumption

Because fume hoods constantly remove very large volumes of conditioned (heated or cooled) air from lab spaces, they are responsible for the consumption of large amounts of energy. Key statistics laid out in a 2006 article by Evan Mills et al.:

For standard two-meter (six-foot) hoods, per-hood energy costs range from $4,600/year for moderate climates such as Los Angeles, to $9,300/year for extreme cooling climates such as Singapore.

With an estimated 750,000 hoods in use in the US, the aggregate energy use and savings potential is significant. Mills et al. estimate the annual operating cost of US fume hoods at approximately $4.2 billion, with a corresponding peak electrical demand of 5,100 megawatts.

As a result, fume hoods are a major factor in making typical laboratories four to five times more energy intensive than typical commercial buildings.

With emerging technologies, per-hood savings of 50% to 75% can be safely and cost-effectively achieved while addressing the limitations of existing strategies.

The bulk of the energy that fume hoods are responsible for is the energy needed to heat and/or cool air delivered to the lab space. Depending on the type of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system installed, this energy can be electricity, natural gas, heating oil, coal, or other energy types. Additional electricity is consumed by fans in the HVAC system and fans in the fume hood exhaust system.



Specialty designs

Acid digestion
These units are typically constructed of polypropylene to resist the corrosive effects of acids at high concentrations. If hydrofluoric acid is being used in the hood, the hood's transparent sash should be constructed of polycarbonate which resists etching better than glass. Hood ductwork should be lined with polypropylene or coated with PTFE (Teflon).
Downflow fume hoods, also called downflow work stations, are typically ductless fume hoods designed to protect the user and the environment from hazardous vapors generated on the work surface. A downward air flow is generated and hazardous vapors are collected through slits in the work surface.
Perchloric acid

These units feature a waterwash system in the ductwork. Because dense perchloric acid fumes settle and form explosive crystals, it is vital that the ductwork be cleaned internally with a series of sprays.


This fume hood is made with a coved stainless steel liner and coved integral stainless steel countertop that is reinforced to handle the weight of lead bricks or blocks.

This type of fume hood absorbs the fumes through a chamber filled with plastic shapes, which are doused with water. The chemicals are washed into a sump, which is often filled with a neutralizing liquid. The fumes are then dispersed, or disposed of, in the conventional manner.


These fume hoods have an internal wash system that cleans the interior of the unit, to prevent a build-up of dangerous chemicals.


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