Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2005 11:08:57 -0400
Reply-To: "Megan.Marcoux" <Megan.Marcoux**At_Symbol_Here**MYCM.CMCC.EDU>
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From: "Megan.Marcoux" <Megan.Marcoux**At_Symbol_Here**MYCM.CMCC.EDU>
Subject: Re: quick question

Hello there,
  I have been passed on to this address with my question I hope that 
someone will be able to help me. My question at CMCC in the 
prep room of the chemistry lab there is a storage closet with no 
ventillation and several cabinets in this location. The cabinet of 
concern is a acid cabinet, the only ventillation it has is the two air 
vents on either side. We are looking to replace the cabinet and possibly 
incorporating ventillation through the ceiling up above for this 
cabinet. Our question is where can I find information(or the answer) on 
regulations for the proper setup of a ventillation system for that 
storage room so that it doesn't interfere with the fume hood system and 
HVAC? I do hope you can help, if not please let me know and where my 
next lead would be. Thank you for your time.
Megan Marcoux
intern at CMCC

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