Fireproof Explosion Proof Acid & Alkali Resistant Chemical Lab Furniture Fume Hood Heat Resistant

Fireproof Explosion Proof Acid & Alkali Resistant Chemical Lab Furniture Fume Hood Heat Resistant

Overview Package size per unit product 1900.00cm * 900.00cm * 2100.00cm Gross weight per unit product 500.000kg Product
Basic Info
Model NO. WJ-1500A
Feature Corrosion Resistance, Heat Resistant, Acid & Alkali Resistant, Fireproof, Explosion Proof
Hood Type Standard
Color Grey
Customized Customized
Condition New
Product Name Fume Hood
Work Surface Ceramic
Interior Baffle Ceramic/Ceramic Fiber
Airflow Ceramic Fiber
Liner Material Ceramic Fiber
Sash Tempered Glass/Laminated Glass
Cabinet Multi-Layer Solid Wood
Application Environment/Institute/Biology Lab/Chemical Lab
Transport Package Standard Export Wooden Case Packing
Specification 1500*1205*2400 MM
Trademark Ample
Origin Chengdu, China
HS Code 8414809090
Production Capacity 200 Set/Month
Packaging & Delivery
Package size per unit product 1900.00cm * 900.00cm * 2100.00cm Gross weight per unit product 500.000kg
Product Description

A fume hood (sometimes called a fume cupboard or fume closet) is a type of local ventilation device that is designed to limit exposure to hazardous or toxic fumes, vapors or dusts.

A fume hood is typically a large piece of equipment enclosing five sides of a work area, the bottom of which is most commonly located at a standing work height.

Two main types exist, ducted and recirculating (ductless). The principle is the same for both types: air is drawn in from the front (open) side of the cabinet, and either expelled outside the building or made safe through filtration and fed back into the room. This is used to:

-protect the user from inhaling toxic gases (fume hoods, biosafety cabinets, glove boxes)
-protect the product or experiment (biosafety cabinets, glove boxes)
-protect the environment (recirculating fume hoods, certain biosafety cabinets, and any other type when fitted with appropriate filters in the exhaust airstream)

Secondary functions of these devices may include explosion protection, spill containment, and other functions necessary to the work being done within the device.

Product Parameters
Size (mm)1500(W)*865(D)*2400(H)1800(W)*1205(D)*2400(H)
Worktop Size (mm)1260(W1)*795(D1)*1100(H1)1560(W1)*795(D1)*1100(H1)
Worktop20+6mm Ceramic20+6mm Ceramic12.7mm Solid Physiochemical Board20+6mm Ceramic20+6mm Ceramic12.7mm Solid Physiochemical Board
Liner5mm Ceramic Fibre5mm Compact Laminate5mm Compact Laminate5mm Ceramic Fibre5mm Compact Laminate5mm Compact Laminate
Diversion StructureBack Absorption
Control SystemTouch-Tone Control Panel (LED Screen)
Input Power 220V/32A
Fan PowerLess than 2.8 A
Socket Max. Load5KW
Faucet1 Set
Drainage Mode Natural Fall
StorageDouble-Lock, Corrosion-Resistant, Damp-proof, Multi-layer Solid Wood with Mobile Wheel
ApplicationIndoor No-blast, 0-40 ºC
Application FieldOrganic Chemical Experiment
Face Velocity ControlManual Control
Average Face Velocity0.3-0.5 m/s Exhaust: 720-1200m³/h0.3-0.5 m/s Exhaust:900- 1490m³/h
Face Velocity DeviationLess than 10%
Average IlluminationLess than 500 Lux
NoiseWithin 55 dB
Exhaust AirNo Residue
Safety TestIn Accord with International Standard
ResistanceLess than 70Pa
Add Air FunctionDistinctive Structure (Need Exclusive Add Air System)
Air Flow Control ValveDia. 250mm Flange Type Anti-Corrosion Control ValveDia. 315mm Flange Type Anti-Corrosion Control Valve
More About the Fume Hood

Fumes hoods are essential elements, especially in an individual's workspace. People working in places such as, in laboratories and factories can risk exposure to hazardous environment. This is especially if a facility does not have lab fume hood for protections. A facility is best with a fume extraction system, it is, therefore, necessary that one, as a physician, should consider purchasing one. This is primarily to ensure the occupant's safety, healthiness, and productivity. Choosing efficient fume hoods can be overwhelming, but for some reasons, it is better to consider few tips before purchasing one.

Size and Space for Fume Hood

Before one can purchase a fume hood, one should consider very many factors. You ought to ask yourself if there is enough room to accommodate your new hood fume. The most important factor is to make sure that it fits well away from paths and ventilations. Also, fix it away from the doorway and the air conditioner. This way, your hood fume will perform efficiently without any interference with one's daily chores. Fume hood effectivity will also vary with the kind of environment it is exposed. A physician should, therefore purchase one depending on if it is suitable or not.

Suitable Environment

Some companies produce thick fumes from potent chemicals. These types of fumes can be dangerous especially if a facility has no proficient fume hoods. Knowing your chemical type can be an excellent guide to knowing what kind of Fume hood to purchase. For a more sure option, it is advisable to consult different fume hood specialists /manufacturers for an assessment. Manufactures are experienced and can provide one with significant details regarding the utility of the fume hood. Once they have done the assessment, it can, therefore be easier to decide on what type you desire.

Detailed Photos
Fume Hood Maintenance

Hoods should be evaluated by the user before each use to ensure adequate face velocities and the absence of excessive turbulence.

• In case of exhaust system failure while using a hood, shut off all services and accessories and lower the sash completely. Leave the area immediately.

• Fume hoods should be certified, at least annually, to ensure they are operating safely. Typical tests include face velocity measurements, smoke tests and tracer gas containment. Tracer gas containment tests are especially crucial, as studies have shown that face velocity is not a good predictor of fume hood leakage.

• Laboratory fume hoods are one of the most important used and abused hazard control devices. We should understand that the combined use of safety glasses, protective gloves, laboratory smocks, good safety practices, and laboratory fume hoods are very important elements in protecting us from a potentially hazardous exposure.

• Laboratory fume hoods only protect users when they are used properly and are working correctly. A fume hood is designed to protect the user and room occupants from exposure to vapors, aerosols, toxic materials, odorous, and other harmful substances. A secondary purpose is to serve as a protective shield when working with potentially explosive or highly reactive materials. This is accomplished by lowering the hood sash.FAQ

6 Questions to Ask When Buying a Fume Hood:

-Which chemicals will you use within the hood?

-Is a ducted or ductless hood best suited to your needs and available space?

-Where will you place the fume hood in the lab? Consider workflows, access to external exhaust systems, and competing air patterns.

-What size fume hood will best suit your needs? Be sure to consider what (if any) equipment will be enclosed in the hood.

-Are any service fixtures or accessories such as airflow monitors, electrical outlets, water, or gas fixtures required?

-Are base cabinets for acid, solvent, or non-chemical storage required?