Protector XStream Laboratory Hoods
During independent testing, the Protector XStream Hood was challenged well beyond the SEFA-1 standards. With a face velocity of 40 fpm and sash fully open, the Protector XStream was subjected to 50 fpm cross drafts, NIH protocol, and tracer gas measurements in the chest of the mannequin. In all scenarios, the Protector XStream allowed 0.00 ppm average level of tracer gas outside the fume hood. Although your safety officer or industrial hygienist will determine the actual face velocity setting for your laboratory, the ability of the Protector Hood to contain under these adverse conditions sets a new standard of safety.
Safety is foremost, but energy savings is equally impressive. Although face velocity is a factor, it’s the volumetric rate (CFM) that determines the energy consumption of a fume hood. Operating a 6' Protector XStream Hood at 60 fpm face velocity, with the sash in its fully open position, requires only 690 CFM. Regardless of your desired operating face velocity, the Protector XStream yields the lowest required CFM.
Energy savings translates to dollar savings. The Protector XStream Hood provides an excellent economic payback when compared to traditional by-pass hoods operated at 80 or 100 fpm. For example, a 6' Protector XStream Hood with sash fully open when operated at 60 fpm face velocity consumes a mere 690 CFM as previously mentioned. Compared to a traditional by-pass hood operated at 100 fpm (1250 CFM), the Protector XStream Hood offers significant savings, which adds up to annual dollar savings per year of $3920.
For even greater savings, the Protector XStream may be factory-prepared to accommodate a variable air volume system without the need for by-pass modifications.
• SEFA 1-2010
• By-pass airflow design with variable air volume compatibility.
• Eco-Foil™ Air Foil with aerodynamic Clean-Sweep™ airflow openings.
• Cord-Keeper™ Slots on left and right side of air foil.
• Upper Dilution Air Supply.
• Glacier white powder-coated steel exterior.
• Rear Downflow Dual Baffle System.
• Chemical-resistant, fiberglass-reinforced, composite panel liner and baffles with flame spread index less than 25 per ASTM E84. Baffles are removable for cleaning.
• Opti-Zone™ Baffle with tapered slots.
• Tempered safety glass vertical-rising sash.
• Powder-coated sash handle with aerodynamic Clean-Sweep™ openings.*
• 37.5" (95.3 cm) high sightline from the work surface to the 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.
• Sash stop located at 18" (45.7 cm) sash opening position.
• Powder-coated stainless steel, 12.81" (32.5 cm) ID exhaust connection(s).
• 4', 5', 6', 8' widths
• Remote blowers
• Service Fixture Kits
Protector XStream Laboratory Hoods Manual
For Protector XSream Laboratory Fume Hoods 11041, 11051, 11061 and 11081 Series.
CE Declaration of Conformity - Protector XStream Hoods
For 11041 Series, 11051 Series, 11061 Series, and 11081 Series Protector XStream Laboratory Fume Hoods
Intelli-Sash User Instruction Manual
Instruction for the use of the Intelli-Sash Automoatic Sash Position system available on Protector Fume Hoods.
Protector XStream Laboratory Fume Hoods (pre-9/12) Manual
For catalog numbers (discontinued): 9840400, 9840401, 9840402, 9840403, 9840500, 9840501, 9840502, 9840503, 9840600, 9840601, 9840602, 9840603, 9840800, 9840801, 9840802, 9840803
Protector XStream, Premier and XL Laboratory Fume Hoods Brochure
This brochure contains descriptions, dimensional data and ordering information on Protector XStream, Premier and XL Laboratory Fume Hoods and SpillStopper Work Surfaces. Optional features including the Intelli-Sense Automatic Sash Position System, Chain and Sprocket, and Auto-Return Sash Systems are described. Standards related to hoods are also provided.
Go Green with Labconco
Brochure describes Labconco's corporate green initiatives and Labconco products that contribute to energy savings, sustainability and innovated design.
High Efficiency Fume Hood Airflow Demonstrations
See airflow demonstrations using smoke to show some of the innovative and highly effective features that make the Protector XStream® the most effective containing fume hood. Watch the airfoil sill, upper dilution air supply, sash handle and sash track direct air into the fume hood's baffles without causing dangerous, containment disrupting turbulence.
Protector XStream Chemical Fume Hood
This video explains the key features of the Protector XStream Chemical Fume Hood from Labconco, yielding the greatest possible laboratory safety and lowest operating cost.
Fume Hood Safety: Dos and DON'Ts
Don't be like Scooter! Learn how to safely and responsibly use your laboratory fume hood!
Fume Hoods Overview 2013
Meet Manny (ASHRAE 110-1995 Testing)
Being an ASHRAE 110-1995 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.
Protector XStream Laboratory Hoods Video
Protector XStream Laboratory Hood Specifications
This specification covers Protector XStream Laboratory Hoods manufactured September, 2012 and after.
Go Green! Protector XStream Laboratory Hoods save energy.
Protector XStream Laboratory Hood Revit model
This Revit model covers the 4', 5' and 6' Protector XStream Laboratory Hoods manufactured September, 2012 and after.
Installation Qualification/Operation Qualification
Installation Qualification/Operation Qualifications Protocol for Protector Series Laboratory Fume Hood
Protector XStream Hood Third Party Test Results
This AccuTec Services, Inc. report shows that the Protector XStream Hood was tested beyond the SEFA-1† standards. With a face velocity of 40 fpm and sash completely open, the Protector XStream was subjected to 50 fpm cross drafts, NIH† protocol, and tracer gas measurements in the chest of a mannequin. In each scenario, the Protector XStream allowed 0.00 ppm average level of tracer gas outside the fume hood.