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Filtered Fume Hoods

Fully-featured hoods that require no ducting use comprehensive filters to contain acids, bases and solvents. 

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Labconco has combined its patented* fully-featured, containment-enhancing Protector® Hood design with Erlab’s GreenFumeHood® (GFH) Filtration Technology to deliver a multi-use fume hood that requires no ducting. The Protector® Echo™ Filtered Fume Hood delivers safety, energy savings and adaptability to ever-changing lab spaces.

* U.S. Patent No. 6,461,233
* Available only in the Americas

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  • Fast, Easy Filtered Fume Hood Installation

    Watch as we demonstrate how fast and easy installation of a Protector® Echo™ or Airo™ Filtered Fume Hood is. No ducting, no external blower, and no building infrastructure redesign required. Perfect for new or retrofit applications where ducting would be impossible or where energy efficiency is a must.

  • How to Program Your Protector Echo or Airo Filtered Fume Hood

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Brochures

Protector Echo Filtered Fume Hoods Brochure

This 12-page brochure provides an overview, specifications, ordering information, dimensional data and accessory ordering information on the Protector Echo Filtered Fume Hoods.

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Protector Airo Filtered Fume Hoods Brochure

This 8-page brochure provides specifications, ordering information and dimensional data on Protector Airo Filtered Fume Hoods. Neutrodine Filters, SpillStopper Work Surfaces and other accessories are also described.

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Labconco Capabilities Brochure

This brochure provides an overview of Labconco: our core values, philosophy, our products and our people. It includes photographs of installations of our equipment in laboratories around the United States.

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User's Manuals

User's Manual for Protector® Echo™ and Airo™ Filtered Fume Hoods

For models:
180 Series – 4', 5', 6' and 8'
181 Series – 4', 5', 6' and 8' with side glass
182 Series – 4', 5', 6' and 8' with 360 degree visibility
183 Series – 4', 5', 6' and 8' Floor-Mount only 
184 Series – 3' and 4' small height models only (Airo) 

View PDF (19.1 MB)



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