Hemco Floor-Mounted Fume Hoods Include Fire-Suppression Systems
Modular design allows for on-site assembly and ability to disassemble.
Hemco’s UniMax series of floor mount hoods has been expanded to include a variety of models that feature fire suppression systems to meet California requirements. Standard models range from 6-24’ wide, 4-8’ deep and 7-16’ high. The company says that tall apparatus/distillation processes, roll-in reactors or long integrated instrumentation systems can be easily accommodated in these hoods.
It is said the hoods are constructed of chemical-resistant, nonconductive modular panels that feature composite resin surface material. According to the company, the modular design allows for on-site assembly and the ability to disassemble at a later date, move and reassemble. Custom sizes and designs can also be designed and built to exact specifications.
This important first step can help prepare the metal for subsequent surface finishing.
The following anodizing process overviews are provided as a means of introduction to aerospace anodizing
Benefits of anodizing include durability, color stability, ease of maintenance, aesthetics, cost of initial finish and the fact that it is a safe and healthy process. Maximizing these benefits to produce a high–performance aluminum finish can be accomplished by incorporating test procedures in the manufacturing process.