• Two pre-plumbed service fixtures with forged brass valves, lower right side with brass tubing for gas and lower left side with copper tubing for cold water. Components for converting either or both fixtures to air and vacuum are provided. Inlet tubing is not provided.
The Protector XL Benchtop Laboratory Hoods are general chemistry hoods that offer superior design flexibility. They are available in widths from 3 to 16 feet and three depths to meet a variety of installation and application requirements. These hoods incorporate containment-enhancing features allowing them to operate at face velocities as low as 60 fpm and meet the SEFA-1 standard of a low velocity high performance hood.
• By-pass airflow design.
• Eco-Foil Air Foil with aerodynamic Clean-Sweep™ airflow openings.
• Cord-Keeper™ Slots on left and right side of air foil.
• Glacier white powder-coated steel exterior.
• Chemical-resistant, fiberglass-reinforced, composite panel liner and baffle.
• Opti-Zone™ Baffle* with flame spread index less than 25 per ASTM E84. Baffle is removable for cleaning.
• Tempered safety glass vertical-rising sash(es) with cable pulley(s) and powder-coated aluminum sash handle(s).
• 37.5" (95.3 cm) high sightline from the work surface and header panel.
• Removable front and side panels, and front and interior service access panels for access to plumbing and electrical wiring.
• Pre-wired T8 fluorescent lighting with vapor-proof design and ADA-compliant light and blower switches.
• Powder-coated stainless steel, 12.81" (32.5 cm) ID exhaust connection(s).
Required Accessories (not included)
• Remote blower
• Spillstopper™ Work Surface
• Base cabinet or stand
Optional Accessories (not included)
• Service Fixture Kits (some models include service fixtures)
• Electrical Duplex Kits (some models include electrical duplex)
• Airflow Monitors
• Distillation Grids
• Snuffer™ Fire Extinguisher
• Ceiling Enclosures
• Rear Finish Panels
For many laboratories, managing air quality through engineered controls is essential for worker safety and comfort. However, with numerous options available for fume extraction and air purification, deciding on an engineered solution that best suits your lab’s current and future needs is not always straightforward.
Don't be like Scooter! Learn how to safely and responsibly use your laboratory fume hood!
Being an ASHRAE 110 testing mannequin is a dirty job, but some dummy's got to do it. Manny is just the guy for the job. Check out this video to get an idea of how we test our fume hoods to ensure they provide proper protection.