Hemco UniFlo Hoods Capture Fumes

Hoods constructed of chemical-resistant, flame-retardant, nonsparking composite resin materials.


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Hemco UniFlow SE fume hood

Hemco UniFlow SE fume hood

Hemco’s UniFlow SE fume hoods are constructed of chemical-resistant, flame-retardant, nonsparking composite resin materials and features construction that does not require screws, bolts, rivets or metallic hardware to assemble. The company says the fume chamber is molded one seamless piece with all corners covered for easy cleaning and light reflectivity. This series of fume hoods is offered in 48", 60" and 72" width, restricted bypass. According to the company, the lighting is an explosion-proof, incandescent light fixture, Class I Div II Group A, B, C, D, Class II Div II Group F&G, with a central switch, prewired to a single point junction box 115V /60Hz. AC, UL Listed.



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