Articles & Whitepapers
By definition, a fume hood is a ventilated enclosure that is designed to limit exposure to hazardous or toxic fumes, vapors, or dusts. As the most important appliance in a laboratory, fume hoods keep employees safe by removing harmful vapors and chemicals from the work area. The air they extract is then filtered by the building’s exhaust system before exiting the facility. That, right ...
The target pollutants emitted by the laboratory are ranked in the order of potential emission intensity and control necessity: small molecular gas pollutants, specific organic pollutants ...
This is how J L Clark exceeded the US EPA’s VOC abatement requirements at its Rockford, Illinois, litho plant: a PLC controlled RTO from Anguil Environmental Systems Canmakers in the US are increasingly concerned about the need to comply with ...
Equipment & Solutions
QBlock Digestion system, in its configuration with a Group Controller, is the only system which can wirelessly control up to 8 Basic QBlocks, providing unparalleled temperature control, data computation and ease of operation.