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Chemical-resistant fume hoods that require no bolts or screws

By Mary Page Bailey |

fume hood

Hemco

UniFlow AireStream Fume Hoods (photo) are constructed entirely of chemical-resistant, flame-retardant, non-metallic composite resin materials and feature an exclusive unitized construction that does not require screws, bolts, rivets or metallic hardware for assembly. The fume chamber is molded one-piece seamless with all corners coved for easy cleaning and light reflectivity. This series of fume hoods is UL 1805 certified and is offered in 48-, 60-, 72- and 96-in. widths in either constant air volume or restricted bypass models. This hood is equipped with a 36-in. extended view height, exclusive vector slotted rear VaraFlow baffle system, aerodynamic sash lift with perforated air-sweep feature, and molded-in belled outlet collar for reduced airflow resistance.—Hemco Corp., Independence, Mo.

www.hemcocorp.com

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