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The FumeGard™ NU-156 Vertical Laminar Airflow Fume Hood is a polypropylene bench module fume hood designed to be used for personnel protection during chemical research, microelectronics work, semi-conductor design and development and production assembly processes. The fume hood is constructed on a modular design, which means it can be used anywhere that space permits. The FumeGard™ Model NU-156 is unique because of its airflow, lighting, noise level and vibration quality.
The FumeGard™ Model NU-156 was created for personnel, product and environmental protection, and it reduces the potential for exposure of both product and personnel from airborne particulate chemical agents, as well as fumes and vapors generated as a result of work-in-progress operations.
The safety of the FumeGard™ NU-156 Vertical Laminar Airflow Fume Hood was tested and verified by Knutson Ventilation in Minneapolis, MN. Knutson Ventilation verified its containment properties to ASHRAE Standard 110-1995 for Fume Hoods, with a Performance Hood Rating of AM<0.1 (instrument's limit of detection) when operating at a sash height of 10 inches (254mm), which means users can be certain of its personnel protection properties.
The FumeGard™ NU-156 Vertical Laminar Airflow Fume Hood was designed to meet national safety standards. In fact, the fume hood performs to the NSF/ANS 149 standard for biosafety cabinetry, ensuring the safety of products and personnel in the lab.
The FumeGard™ NU-156 Vertical Laminar Airflow Fume Hood has options of four different widths and two work depths, which means you can adjust the fume hood to fit your workspace or project.
Narrow Line Design technique used in the fume hood achieves an excellent appearance and ruggedness in the lab by incorporating large modular components, reinforced construction techniques and contrasting color schemes.
The FumeGard™ NU-156 Vertical Laminar Airflow Fume Hood was designed to be metal free. This means that the fume hood is rust resistant and virtually free of all metal components. Where metal is used in the NU-156, it is separated from work zone and contaminated areas in order to keep the equipment and the lab safe.