Fume hoods are an integral part of any laboratory that is dealing with hazardous chemicals daily. It is also responsible for ensuring that good quality of air is maintained within the laboratory buildings as well.
Besides fume hoods protecting us, we also need to make sure that the fume hoods have the measures in place to carry out their protection utility. In this infographic, we have listed a few special considerations for fume hoods that need to be accounted for before installing them in your laboratory.
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Source: Fume Hood Design & Standards, University of Toronto
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