Protector XL Floor-Mounted Laboratory Hoods (sometimes called Walk-In Hoods) accommodate laboratory procedures that require oversized equipment or maximum working height. Models with vertical-rising sashes meet the SEFA-1 standard of a low velocity high performance hood and may be operated as low as 60 fpm. Models with horizontal-sliding sashes have a loading height of 73.5” (186.7 cm), suitable for applications requiring tall distillation racks, extraction apparatus or large drums.
By-pass airflow design
Glacier white powder-coated steel exterior
Chemical-resistant molded composite panel liner and baffle
Opti-Zone Baffles with flame spread less than 25 per ASTM E84. Baffles are removable for cleaning
Removable front and side panels and exterior 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
73.5" (187 cm) high sightline from the floor to the header panel
4', 5', 6' and 8' models have two tempered safety glass vertical-rising sashes with powder-coated aluminum sash handles and powder-coated steel sash tracks with Clean-Sweep slots. Upper sash handle also includes Clean-Sweep openings
8', 10', 12' and 16' models have four tempered safety glass horizontal-sliding sashes with powder-coated aluminum sash tracks
Vertical-rising sash models have 63.6" (162 cm) loading height
Horizontal-sliding sash models have 73.5" (187 cm) loading height
Factory prepared for up to eight service fixtures including two gooseneck faucets
Factory prepared for up to four electrical duplex receptacles and an airflow monitor
Powder-coated, stainless steel 12.8" ID exhaust connection(s)
Shipped in multiple sections: top, bottom and sashes
Fixtures Models May Feature
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
One pre-wired GFCI electrical duplex receptacle on lower right side and, on 8' and larger models only, one additional pre-wired GFCI electrical duplex receptacle on lower left side
4', 5', 6', 8' widths in vertical-rising sash models
8', 10’, 12’, 16’ widths in horizontal-sliding sash models
Interior depths of 30”, 36” and 48”
Required Accessories (Not Included)
Service Fixture Kits
Electrical Duplex Kits
Guardian Airflow Monitor Kits
Tissue Screen Kit
Distillation Grid Kits
Ceiling Enclosure and Rear Finish Panel Kits
CFR 29, Part 1910
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010.1
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