A930H-D Extract to Atmosphere Cabinet
SYL-900

£1,852.20 inc. Vat

SKU: SYL-900 Category:

Description

The BenchVent A930H-D, a large hood mounted extract-to-atmosphere cabinet.
Allowing the user to capture, contain, filter and expel within electronic design and rework, dental/medical labs, pharmaceutical labs, design, technology and classroom areas.
What’s included with the BV930H-D? – Filter unit with fan(s) – Hood Enclosure – Hood Light – Polycarbonate hinged front panel – Particulate filter – Power Lead – Data/Warranty Booklet What is the BV930H-D used for? Applications of the BV930H-D include the filtration of fumes, vapour and particulates emanating from: Spray adhesives, conformal coatings and paints, monomers, hazardous powders and particulates, resins, sealants, solders, light grinding particles, organic solvents and cleaners etc.
The Flexi-ducts can be fixed to a standard domestic vent or simply placed through a partially open window to facilitate portability and/or convenience.
All handling and/or use of potentially harmful substances is carried out within the hood enclosure in front of the intake filter area.
For artwork applications, standard A1drawing boards can be placed within the hood enclosure.
The boards fit at an angle for efficient overspray capture.
These fume cabinets are designed for immediate operator protection whereby ‘large’ particulates (> 5 microns) are filtered out and ‘fine’ particulates (<5 microns) together with odours, gases, vapours and fumes within the hood enclosure are exhausted to atmosphere via the flexi-ducts. Also see our recirculatory cabinets model No’s BV660H-C and BV930H-C (higher specification filtration) where external venting is impractical. Lifetime Guarantee All BenchVent filtration and extraction systems carry a lifetime guarantee. How does it filter harmful airbound particles? The particulate (intake) filter is a three stage graduated fibre filter with a high 'dust' holding capacity for long life. Filtration to 5 micron particles. NB: Spray particulate sizes vary from 10 to 20 microns. The dual process of filtration and then extraction to atmosphere via flexi-duct, vastly reduces and/or eliminates operator exposures to potentially hazardous substances. Demonstrating adequate control of the risks to the health of employees students and the general public, from dusts, powders, mists, fumes and vapours is the fundemental requirement of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (CoSHH).