Free-Standing Fume Hoods
Free-Standing Fume Hoods
A Free-standing fume hood , also known as Walk-in fume hood is larger in size and designed to accommodate larger equipment or multiple operators. It provides a controlled environment for handling hazardous substances and vapors, ensuring the safety of the individuals working with them. They are commonly used in laboratories or industrial settings where larger-scale experiments or processes take place.
It can be configured as ducted exhaust hood which is connected to the building's ventilation system or ductless hood which is a self-contained unit that does not require connection to a building's ventilation system, making it portable and versatile.
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W x D
W x D x H
|Part Number / Price|
|4 Ft Hood||52″ x 34″||48.5″ x 31″ x 78″||1100-10-A||$3,400|
|5 Ft Hood||64″ x 34″||60.5″ x 31″ x 78″||1100-10-B||$3,750|
|6 Ft Hood||76″ x 34″||72.5″ x 31″ x 78″||1100-10-C||$4,150|
|8 Ft Hood||100″ x 34″||96.5″ x 31″ x 78″||1100-10-D||$4,700|
Note: Fan, Filters and Duct flange to be ordered separately. Please choose from the table below
** 48″, 60″ and 72″ hoods with filter may require two optional blowers and require two sets of filter
*** 96″ hoods with Filter may require three optional exhaust fan units and require three sets of filter
|A11-FM-RD1450||Remote Fan Module, Direct Drive, 1450CFM (needs only one fan)||$1,150|
|A11-FM-2D1200||Built-in Fan Module, Adjustable speed, 1200CFM (Choose if hood needs filters) (Needs upto three fans depends on the size of the hood)||$1,250|
|A11-FM-P120||Built-in Fan Module, Adjustable speed, 480 CFM (Needs upto three fans depends on the size of the hood)||$1,180|
|A11-FI-H12||HEPA Filter 99.97% @ .3µm Particles (One per fan)||$310|
|A11-FI-U12||ULPA Filter 99.99% @ .12µm Particles (One per fan)||$600|
|A11-FI-C12||Activated Charcoal Carbon Filter for General Purpose (One per fan)||$330|
|A11-FI-C12*||Activated Carbon Filter for Acid Gasses (One per fan)||$410|
|A11-DU-P24D8||Polypropylene duct panel 8″ Duct Port for Fan module A11-FM-2D1200 (Needed one per fan)||$480|
|A11-DU-P10||10″ Duct Port for Fan module A11-FM-P120 and A11-FM-RD1450 (Needed one per fan)||$130|
|KY30xx||Workbench 30″ Deep, with 1″ thick Phenolic Resin top (Available in 36″ to 96″ length)||$820+|
|KN30xx||Workbench 30″ Deep, with 1″ thick Stainless steel top (Available in 36″ to 96″ length)||$700+|
- Structure: Free-standing fume hoods are typically constructed with a sturdy frame and panels made of materials such as coated steel, polypropylene. The panels are transparent, usually made of PVC to allow visibility and easy monitoring of the workspace.
- Filtration: Free-standing fume hoods if requested as ductless, use various filtration methods to remove hazardous substances and contaminants from the air. The most common type of filtration is activated carbon filters, which adsorb organic vapors. HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filters may also be incorporated to capture particulate matter.
- Portability: One of the key advantages of free-standing fume hoods is their portability. They can be easily moved and positioned within a laboratory according to changing experimental requirements. This flexibility allows for efficient space utilization and adaptability to different work areas.
- Applications: Free-standing fume hoods are commonly used in laboratories, research facilities, educational institutions, and industrial settings where hazardous substances are handled. They provide a controlled environment for tasks such as chemical synthesis, sample preparation, volatile material handling, and general laboratory work that requires containment of noxious fumes or vapors.