Fume Hood, Number of Speeds 1, Voltage 100-115V, 60 Hz, Glacier White, Protector Premier
- Item # 39P147
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- Mfr. Model # 100600070
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- UNSPSC # 41103502
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- Shipping Weight 535.0 lbs.
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This Labconco Protector® Premier® Fiberglass Fume Hood features a one-piece liner of specially-formulated, fiberglass-reinforced polyester, which resists corrosion and fire, while also offering easy clean up. The seamless design helps prevent deterioration and buildup of contaminants. The hood is ideal for corrosive fumes but should not be used with perchloric acid, or radioactive or biological hazards. Its Eco-Foil™ air foil helps correct natural turbulence while keeping cords out of the way. The powder-coated steel exterior helps prevent corrosion. Also features a safety glass sash and molded fiberglass exhaust collar.
- Item Fume Hood
- Mount Benchtop
- Number of Speeds 1
- Air Flow By-Pass
- Voltage 100-115V
- Hz 60
- Phase 1
- Amps AC 10
- Height 66"
- Width 72"
- Depth 31-3/4"
- Length 31-3/4"
- Finish Powder-Coated Steel
- Color Glacier White
- Includes Built-In Explosion-Proof Blower, Incandescent Light Fixture, 1-Piece Molded Fiberglass Liner
- 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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