Lab Hood, 47 In W, Wht
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|Item||Combination Safety Cabinet|
|Mounting Type||Under Fume Hood|
|Used For||Acids, Corrosives|
|Number of Doors||2|
|Door Opening Height||23"|
|Handle Type||Recessed Paddle|
|Number of Shelves||0|
|Includes||Two Rear Vent Connection Cutouts for Venting the Cabinet for a Fume Hood, Four Leveling Feet, (1) 8" Filler Panel to Increase Cabin Depth|
- Notes: Detailed information on fume extraction equipment, regulations, and standards is available at grainger.com/quicktips. Under "Healthcare & Laboratory," select Quick Tip 145: "Fume Extraction: Engineering Controls for Reducing Employee Exposure."
- Epoxy-coated steel liner resists solvents and mild acids in hoods designed for mobile labs, classrooms, or areas with low ceilings or narrow aisles. Hoods are constructed of 16-ga., powder-coated steel and feature counterbalanced clear tempered safety glass sash. Built-in blower in the top of the hood can be positioned above the hood or roof-mounted. Blowers are sized for up to 100-ft. duct run. Hoods include air foil, 2-pc. adjustable baffle, 100W incandescent light fixture, and 10"-dia. duct collar for connection to exhaust. Vaporproof models include light and blower switches. Explosionproof models do not include switches and wiring, which must be individually installed in conformance with local codes. Optional 36"W cabinets can be combined to install under 72"W hoods.