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11/9/2018

Hemco Offers CCS Controlled Containment System

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CCS is engineered to safely contain and control airborne particulate from sampling procedures.

Hemco offers a controlled containment system (CCS) that is engineered to safely contain and control airborne particulate from sampling procedures.

Dispensing from drums and weighing procedures are typical applications, and drums or equipment can be easily rolled into the enclosure through the strip curtain entrance. Both the process and surrounding environment are protected from contamination.  A downward flow of HEPA filtered air maintains a cleanliness level at drum or working height while all exhaust air exits out through HEPA filters in the rear wall at floor level.  The interior is under slight negative pressure to ensure that no contaminant escapes out of the enclosure.

The CCS enclosure locates directly on the existing floor.  Optional roll and set casters are available for mobility, electrical and plumbing service fixtures, tables with work surfaces and enclosure floors are available.  The product comes shipped assembled. Visit HEMCOcorp.com, or call 800-779-4362.

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