Captair ductless fume cabinets

Wednesday, 25 November, 2009 | Supplied by: Gallay Medical & Scientific Pty Ltd

Gallay Medical & Scientific is often asked for advice relating to fume extraction. What are the key differences between ducted and ductless fume hoods? Do ducted fume cupboards deserve their ‘energy hog’ reputation? And what are the benefits of choosing a ductless fume cabinet?

Advances in carbon filtration technology mean ductless systems are now more able to compete in increasingly high-volume workplaces; previously, extremely high filtration requirements necessitated an externally ducted system.

These advances come as a relief for environmentally conscious laboratory managers across the country. Instead of purging air-conditioned and contaminated exhaust air into the atmosphere, a ductless system recycles pristine air throughout the workplace. Electricity savings are possible with a ductless system as conditioned air stays within the building.

In addition to these benefits, a Captair ductless fume cabinet can be easily installed by laboratory staff and does not require extensive planning or site modifications. With the addition of the Captair ESP maintenance program, users can receive an even higher level of protection.

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