In addition to safety considerations, we have developed our line of fume hoods to take user comfort into close account. All our models have a great number of features which make them easy to use and maintain:


These make maneuvering easier and prevent deterioration due to spillage. In addition to their direct opening-to-tap connections, they have been easily and clearly identified.


In accordance with point 9.3 of EN Standard 14175-2, the electrical sockets are located on the exterior of the fume hood; this prevents the risks of explosion which may occur when plugging in cables inside the fume hood. The protective level of the electrical mechanisms is IP65, higher than the IP44 level stipulated in the standard.


The construction of our fume hoods provides for the most amount of space inside the hood, making spacious and comfortable work areas. The work surface can be single-kilned ceramic, epoxy resin, stainless steel and polypropylene in a single piece with a perimeter marine edge to contain spills, in accordance with Standard DIN-12912.


The option of having a motorized sash allows it to be raised and lowered both manually and automatically. To prevent accidents, there is a built-in optical sensor that detects obstacles. The sash is suspended by two stainless steel cables with an anti-drop safety system.


The entire design of the fume hood is focused on reducing maintenance time and cost. All components are accessed from the front panel without having to move the equipment once it has been installed. The control panel alerts the operator as to any type of incidence occurring in the operation of the fume hood, such as a lack of power, a short circuit in the sockets area, etc.

Fume Hoods Catalogue