Laboratory Fume Hoods

ADA Fume Hoods

ADA Fume Hoods

Custom Fabricated ADA Fume Hoods to meet your ADA lab environment...

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Extractor Arm Fume Hoods

Extractor Arm Fume Hoods

Our Extractor Arm Fume Hoods are primarily used for local fumes, odors and air streams. Most labs use a 2″, 3″ or 4″ diameter arm. The size of the arm is determined by the airflow that you need.

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Fume Hood Accessories

Fume Hood Accessories

Fume Hood Accessories at Prices You Can Afford. Lab blowers including epoxy-coated steel, all-PVC, polypropylene, fiberglass reinforced plastic and explosion/spark-resistant models...

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Low Flow Fume Hoods

Low Flow Fume Hoods

Custom Fabricated Low Flow Fume Hoods for Energy Savings! You want to save as much as 40% on your energy bill long term. That’s definitely a good enough reason to buy a low flow fume hood system...

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Perchloric Acid Fume Hood

Perchloric Acid Fume Hood

Custom Fabricated Perchloric Acid Fume Hoods. Protector Stainless Steel Perchloric Acid Fume Hoods are designed specifically for all procedures in the laboratory involving the use of perchloric acid...

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Ductless Fume Hoods

Ductless Fume Hoods

DUCTLESS TECHNOLOGY:The Eco-friendly Choice

Advanced carbon filtration technology offers a safe, high performance alternative to conventional ducted fume hoods for a broad range of applications.

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Biosafety Cabinets

Biosafety Cabinets

Custom Biosafety Cabinets to keep you safe!
Infectious Disease Fume Hood Exhaust Processing...

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Radioisotope Fume Hoods

Radioisotope Fume Hoods

Laboratory Design and Supply is pleased to offer a variety of radioisotope fume hoods. LabDS will work with you on the design of your hood so that it meets your needs and size requirements...

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Polypropylene Fume Hoods

Polypropylene Fume Hoods

LabDS Custom Polypropylene fume hoods are engineered to hold up to the most acid-rich environments including, but not limited to, exposure to hydrochloric, nitric, hydrofluoric and sulfuric acids...

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Variable Air Fume Hoods

Variable Air Fume Hoods

Custom Variable Air Volume (VAV) Hood. The Variable Air Fume Hood is specifically designed for use with exhaust control systems provided by other manufacturers that monitor and control the amount of air being exhausted from the Hood...

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Walk In Fume Hoods

Walk In Fume Hoods

Walk In Fume Hoods are a great way to handle odors and toxic fumes from drums, processing units and distillation assemblies. All of our hoods are made to order, so making them to your size requirements is no problem...

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Chemical Fume Hoods

Chemical Fume Hoods

Protect your employees from harmful vapors with Chemical Fume Hoods! All of our chemical fume hoods are made to SEFA standards of a double wall construction and high-quality steel with a baked enamel paint finish...

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Canopy Fume Hoods

Canopy Fume Hoods

Canopy Fume Hoods are designed to vent non-toxic materials such as heat, steam and odors from large or bulky apparatus such as ovens, steam baths and autoclaves...

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Fume Hoods

We have whatever type of fume hood you need for your lab!

A fume hood is a device used to limit exposure to toxic fumes and vapors. Most often used in laboratories, these units are vital for securing personnel safety around harmful chemicals.

Depending on the type, the unit either funnels the chemicals outside to prevent contamination of a small lab space or it filters out the fumes via a certified filter. A fume hood is a box-like units with a tall base to allow use while standing. For effective use in all types of laboratories, units come in several shapes and sizes and filter a variety of fumes.

Different labs require different measurements, so there are several types of fume hoods to choose from. LabDS provides a variety of fume hood sizing options to encompass every potential laboratory need.

A fume hood is an effective way to get rid of odors, fumes and harmful reactants in laboratory environments. However, if not used properly, they may not keep the user as safe as needed. Follow these steps when using a fume hood in order to ensure complete lab safety for the user.