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How To Eliminate Heat Effect In Your Fume Hoods

Source: Labconco Corporation
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By Luke Savage, LEED Green Associate, Sales Engineer, Labconco Corporation

Chemical procedures commonly require the introduction of heat. This is typically in the form of a hot plate or open flame. While the best place to perform these types of chemical procedures is inside a chemical fume hood, most people are unaware of heat’s effect on the airflow through the fume hood, and the potential impact on containment.

A fume hood under normal operation has air entering through the face opening, as well as through an upper by-pass opening. As the sash is raised, less air enters the by-pass, and as the sash is lowered, more air enters through the by-pass.

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