Fume cabinets for environments where maximum extraction efficiency is required. Fume cabinet for work with open chemical vessels, setup of chemical apparatus, glueing, etc. where several sources of contamination are present.
Fume cabinets are manufactured with a solid and stable aluminium frame and transparent polyethene sheets to allow the operator to see through the cabinet whilst safely controlling exposure, thus not blocking the work area. It is also easy to move when tasks and locations vary.
Fume extraction cabinets are available in two sizes as standard, either 400mm (with a 96-litre volume capacity) or; 700mm (with a 350-litre volume capacity). Fume extraction cupboards can be used as part of either a portable system, for example, a local filter kit or a fully-fledged fixed LEV system that extracts and vents captured fumes to the atmosphere or, depending on the process, through a filtration unit.
|Airflow||At 0.5 m/s front velocity: 67 l/s (240 m3/h)|
At 0.3 m/s front velocity: 40 l/s (145 m3/h)
|At 0.5 m/s front velocity: 208 l/s (750 m3/h)|
At 0.3 m/s front velocity: 125 l/s (450 m3/h)
|Connection Size||Ø125 mm||Ø160 mm|
- Material - 4.00 mm Vivak PETG sheets. Anodised aluminium frame
- Fan - Connected to separate fan or mobile filter type
- Standard Configuration - Fume cabinet delivered partially assembled. Exhaust air connection mounted at rear.
What Do the Experts Say?
Fume cabinets are effectively a form of partial enclosure collection booths and protect the surrounding work areas from contaminants from the working process, such as fumes and gases. The University of Birmingham describes the partial enclosure collection booths: “The process is not fully enclosed, and the operator can access the workpiece and process, but the air is pulled into the enclosure to remove fumes and gases.”
What Are the Type of Businesses That Need Fume Cabinets?
A fume extraction cupboard is an essential local ventilation system that helps prevent exposure to fumes, dust or vapours while working with hazardous materials such as chemicals. These products are highly versatile and may be needed in various industries. They are designed to allow people to see through the cabinet while working without exposing them to harmful substances. The types of industries that may use a fume extraction cupboard can include, but is not limited, to the following:
- Schools and colleges
- Engineering facilities
- Manufacturing plants
- Research & development workshops
The Right Fume Extraction Solution for You
Auto Extract Systems offers fume cabinets local exhaust ventilation (LEV) solutions, which are ideal for working processes where there are open chemical vessels, chemical apparatus is set up or where several sources of contamination are present, for example, in laboratories.
Fume cabinets should be utilised in conjunction with one of our centrifugal fans to vent the captured fumes either directly to the atmosphere or, depending on the working process, whether wet or dry filtration is required, we have a solution for that, either a Wet Collector or a Reverse Pulse Filtration units. The cleaned air can then be returned to the atmosphere via a high-velocity cowl, as per HSG258: Controlling Airborne Contaminants at Work: A Guide to Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV).
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We'll call to arrange a convenient time and date to visit your site. We'll analyse your working processes, assess the substances used and the contaminants generated. We'll work out how best to control the dust and fume in a way that's in line with your COSHH risk assessment. Next, we'll design you a comprehensive LEV system that adheres to HSG258 guidance and send this you to via email.
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