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Many of our standard features cannot be found on other fume hoods. The ISOLATOR’s most outstanding attribute is safety. Safety from Fumes ANSI/ASHRAE 110–1995, the current fume hood test, evaluates the containment of fume hoods under three conditions: 1.
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_____Introduction Laboratory fume hoods minimize chemical exposure to laboratory workers. They are considered the primary means of protection from inhalation of hazardous vapors, mists and particulate matter.
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EH&S Design Guide Fume Hoods A. Regulations, Standards and References Regulations: California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 8, Section 5154.1, Ventilation requirements for laboratory type hood operations California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 5209, Carcinogens Code of Federal ...
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FUME HOOD TYPES AND USES There are three basic types of fume hoods used at Centre College: (1) conventional, (2) bypass, and (3) auxiliary air.