Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2006 16:39:49 -0600
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Subject: low-flow fume hoods
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My apologies for the crossposting... There are a number of companies who now build low-flow fume hoods, and (at least according to their websites) meet ANSI/ASHRAE 110 for the assorted containment tests. If you have used such hoods or are considering such hoods could you tell me about your experiences (reliability, maintenance, savings in operating costs, etc.). If there is a large response I will post a summary to the listservs. Thanks. Pat

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