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Walk-in fume hoods for distillation processes

By Chemical Engineering |

Hemco

Hemco

The UniMax series of floor-mount fume hoods (photo) includes a wide selection of models that feature fire-suppression systems. Standard models are available as follows: 6 to 24 ft wide; 4 to 8 ft deep; and 7 to 16 ft high. Tall-apparatus systems, distillation processes, roll-in reactors or long integrated instrumentation systems can be easily accommodated in these hoods. The hoods are constructed of chemical-resistant, non-conductive modular panels featuring composite-resin surface material. This modular design allows for onsite assembly and the ability to disassemble at a later date, move and reassemble. Custom sizes and designs can also be built to exact specifications. — Hemco Corp., Independence, Mo.

www.unimaxfumehoods.com

 

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