Fume Hood, Voltage 100-115V, 50/60 Hz, Glacier White, Protector Premier
- Item # 39P130
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- Mfr. Model # 100500000
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- UNSPSC # 41103502
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- Shipping Weight 410.0 lbs.
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This Protector® XStream® laboratory hood is engineered to contain fumes and produce horizontal airflow, which reduces the tendencies for turbulence. The innovative and aerodynamic designs of the sash handle, air foil, upper dilution air supply and rear downflow baffle work in concert to produce horizontal airflow patterns that significantly reduce concentrations of chemical contaminants throughout the work area, particularly near the operator’s breathing zone and at the work surface. Depending on sash position, tendencies for air turbulence, vortexing and “the roll” frequently observed during traditional fume hood smoke tests are virtually eliminated.
- Item Fume Hood
- Mount Benchtop
- Air Flow By-Pass
- Voltage 100-115V
- Hz 50/60
- Phase 1
- Amps AC 10
- Height 59"
- Width 60"
- Depth 31-3/4"
- Length 31-3/4"
- Finish Powder-Coated Steel
- Color Glacier White
- Includes 1-Piece Molded Fiberglass Liner, Prewired T8 LED Lighting, ADA-Compliant Light and Blower Switches
- Series Protector Premier
- Agency Compliance ADA; CFR 29, Part 1910; SEFA 1; NFPA 45; ASTM E84-09C; ASHRAE 110; ANSI Z9.5; UL 61010-1; CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1; UL 1805; SEFA 8
- For Use With General Chemistry
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