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Fume Hood System Configurator

NEW! Quickly find the right fume hood and all the components needed to make a complete system.

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Eligible U.S. Government organizations can benefit from our GSA Multiple Award Schedule contract pricing.

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Labconco XPress speeds delivery of selected products to you. View a list of products which qualify.

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3 reasons your fume hood isn't working as it should

Here's a list of three things to look for so that your next fume hood installation is impeccable...

No-No Fume Hood Placement

Placing fume hoods near hallways, doorways, operable windows, a supply or make-up air source, or a heavy foot-traffic area can place the user in harm’s way...

The “Ugly Ducting” Layout

Duct layouts are of great importance to the success of a fume hood mechanical system. The ductwork path affects things like airflow efficiency and the noise level of the system...

Ceiling Enclosures and Negative Ceiling Pressure

Ductwork comes with the territory when purchasing a typical ducted fume hood. Designers sometimes choose to cover the duct with panels called ceiling enclosures...

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