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Hemco Floor-Mounted Fume Hoods Include Fire-Suppression Systems

Modular design allows for on-site assembly and ability to disassemble.
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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.

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