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A fume hood is a ventilation device used to limit exposure to toxic fumes, often in a laboratory setting. The two main types of fume hoods are ducted and ductless, also known as recirculating. Greener fume hood options that use a ductless design and limit environmental impact are becoming increasingly popular with environmentally conscious laboratories.
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  • Laboratory Fume Hoods
    Fume hoods, also known as chemical hoods, are important safety devices as they protect laboratory workers from inhaling hazardous vapors. Learn more about laboratory fume hoods.
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  • Laboratory Workstations with Fume Hoods (Digital Image)
    A well-equipped laboratory includes several workstations with fume hoods. In this laboratory, everything is in its place, including beakers, test tubes, and chemicals.
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  • Fume Hoods
    Fume hoods are used in laboratories to keep hazardous fumes out of the air. A fume hood is an important part of a safe and effective laboratory.
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  • Laboratory Furniture
    Laboratories are devoted to education, analysis, research, and more. As such, proper laboratory furniture such as casework, countertops, and fume hoods are imperative for modern laboratories.
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Fume Hoods Bibliography

  • Saunders, G. Thomas. Laboratory Fume Hoods. New York, NY. Wiley. 1993.

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