Chemical resistant canopy hoods

These canopy hoods are designed to collect and exhaust corrosive vapors, heat, steam and odors.

09/30/2016


These canopy hoods are designed to collect and exhaust corrosive vapors, heat, steam and odors. Courtesy: HemcoHemco's canopy hoods are available in 36-, 48-, 72-, and 96-in. widths, in wall or island models. They are molded in either chemical resistant flame retardant one-piece composite resin or fabricated of welded type 304 stainless steel. Wall canopy hoods include a wall mounting kit. Island canopy hoods have an optional suspended mounting kit available. Optional corner composite worksurface and corner tables are available. With any of the canopy hoods, vapor proof lights, switches, and side and rear enclosure panels are offered to prevent cross drafts and further improve airflow while providing a way to contain chemical spills. Exhaust blowers, ducting, and inline HEPA or carbon filters can be engineered to meet ventilation requirements.

Hemco

www.hemcocorp.com



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