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Laboratory fume hood SAFEGUARD™

laboratory fume hood
laboratory fume hood
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The SafeGuard™ fume hood represents a balance of key safety elements and new design. The SafeGuard™ fume hood was developed to meet the challenging safety, energy conservation, and operational requirements of today's laboratory. The new contemporary design creates a stylish image for today's modern lab environment. The hood is designed for 60-100 feet per minute face velocities, is UL 1805 classified and meets ASHRAE guidelines. Exhaust System - Suitable for use in either Constant Volume (CAV) or Variable Volume (VAV) applications. Restricted By-Pass Plate option S2 is required for VAV requirements. Downflow Upper By-Pass - In CAV configurations, air flows through the downwardly directed by-pass preventing contaminated air build up behind the closed sash. Full Viewing Sash - Provides a clear and unobstructed side to side view of fume hood interior, with a 34” high viewing area. Self-Lowering Sash System - Sash latch temporarily secures the sash in the full open position for setup and teardown operations. When the lock is freed, the sash automatically returns to the 18” open operational position which offers extra protection to the operator and helps reduce energy consumption. Below 18” the sash is equally balanced. Electrical and Plumbing - Two UL/CSA approved duplex receptacles provided for 120 volt service. UL/CSA approved fluorescent light fixture and switch provided. Front post is pre-punched to accept four fixtures per side. Factory pre-plumbing is an available option. Chemical Resistant Liner - Standard fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP) liner has excellent strength and chemical resistance.
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