Compact and flexible, with low installation costs, the ISG range of portable filter fume cupboards is the first choice for many laboratories.
Have you considered the many advantages of choosing a recirculating filter type fume cupboard to meet your requirements? Activated carbon filters, specially designed for the effective removal of organic solvents (e.g. ethanol, methanol, acetone, IMS and many others) or mineral acids (e.g. hydrochloric, nitric, or sulphuric acid) provide excellent operator protection and ensure a clean laboratory environment.
Ductless fume hoods, sometimes called carbon-filtered enclosures or filtered fume hoods, are self-contained, filtered laboratory enclosures that remove hazardous fumes, vapors and particles from the laboratory. Unlike traditional fume hoods, installation costs are very low and no ductwork is required.
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A filter fume cupboard can easily be relocated within the laboratory as your requirements change, or to accommodate better working practise, or to create a new workstation. You might even want to take the fume cupboard with you if you relocate to a new laboratory. This is much easier with a filter fume cupboard. Click on the image below to download your PDF now!
Instead of a ducted fume cupboard, sucking out heated air from the laboratory in the winter, or air conditioned cool air in the summer, a filter fume cupboard recirculates the air back into the laboratory, saving on your heating costs. Also, with a ducted fume cupboard, air is drawn into the room creating draughts – this means that dust can be picked up from the floor and become airborne causing microbiological contamination issues. Click on the image below to download your PDF now!