Vasai Virar, Palghar, Maharashtra
GST No. 27ALPPC2857F1Z0
Approx. Rs 45,000 / PieceGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||5 Piece|
|Max Temperature||50 to 250 Degree Celsius|
|No Of Trays||2|
|No. Of Shelves||2|
Approx. Rs 60,000 / PieceGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Frequency (Hz)||50/60 HZ|
|Voltage (V)||230 Volt|
|Material||Stainless Steel/Mild Steel Powder Coated|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
A fume hood is an enclosure that safely contains and ventilates hazardous fumes, vapors, gases and dust generated by chemical processes performed in the fume hood. Sometimes called a chemical hood or a lab hood, a fume hood protects workers from inhalation of hazardous substances.
The clear sliding window on a fume hood, called the sash, also shields workers from spills and splashes that may occur in the chemical fume hood.
Fume hoods are the workhorse of laboratory exhaust systems and are the most widely used approach for local ventilation.
How does a fume hood work?
A fume hood works by pulling air away from the user into the enclosure with a blower. The fume hood then filters and vents the air to the outdoors through a facility exhaust system. Alternatively, a fume hood may filter the air to remove dangerous fumes and then return the air to the room. Most fume hoods are equipped with gauges or alarms that warn the user of low airflow and potential exposure to hazardous fumes.
What is a fume hood used for?
Fume hoods allow lab employees to work with potentially dangerous chemicals while minimizing the risk of exposure to toxic fumes. The sash (window) on a chemical hood allows the worker to view and manipulate objects within the enclosure while keeping fumes from toxic or volatile chemicals away from the worker’s face.
Industries that use fume hoods include:
· Semiconductor manufacturing
· Aerospace surface finishing such as passivation with nitric acid
· Research departments at colleges and universities.
What types of hazards can a fume hood protect the user against?
When do you use a fume hood? In general, use of a laboratory fume hood is advised whenever working with hazardous chemicals. If the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for the chemical you plan to use has warnings like “Toxic by inhalation” or “Do not breathe dust, fumes or vapors,” then a fume hood or other ventilation system is needed.
Fume hood use is also recommended when working with compounds that have a low boiling point, or chemicals that emit noxious odors.
Types of materials that should be used inside a chemistry fume hood include:
· Any volatile materials
· Corrosive acids and bases
· Irritating vapors and dust
· Asphyxiating gases
· Open sources of volatile radionuclides
Approx. Rs 1.3 Lakh / PieceGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Number of Shelves||Max. 6 Shelves|
|Dimensions||660 x 655 x 1250 mm (W x D x H)|
|Display Size||4 Inch|
|Noise Level||Less Than 65 db (A)|
|Temperature Range||10 Degree C to 60 Degree C|
|Internal Volume||Max. 540 L|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Microprocessor controller with LCD display & capacitance type sensor for precise control of temperature and humidity:
CHM-6 Plus /
CHM-10 Plus /
Internal Volume (Liters)
Number of Shelves
2 / 3
3 / 5
Internal Dimensions W x D x H (mm)
660 x 655 x 450
660 x 655 x 650
660 x 655 x 850
660 x 655 x 1050
660 x 655 x 1250
External Dimensions W x D x H (mm)
800 x 1095 x 1020
800 x 1095 x 1220
800 x 1095 x 1420
800 x 1095 x 1620
800 x 1095 x 1820
Temperature Range & Accuracy
10°C to 60°C, ± 1°C
Humidity Range (Rh) & Accuracy
40% to 95%, ± 3%
Temperature & Humidity control
Microprocessor with Capacitance type sensor
4" LCD Screen, Large size Display for ease of reading
Power Failure Alarm
Audio Visual Alarm
Door Open Alarm
Audio Alarm in case door open for over one minute
Temperature / Humidity Variation Alarm
Set Humidity ± 3%, Set Temperature ± 2°C, Audio Visual Alarm
8 Watts Fluorescent Lamp
Internal Body Material
Stainless Steel - 304 grade (Standard Models), Stainless Steel - 316 grade (GMP Models)
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