Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 15:00:04 -0400
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Subject: Re: Fume Hood airfoils

	From: 	  Keving**At_Symbol_Here**
	Subject: 	Re: [DCHAS-L] Fume Hood airfoils
	Date: 	July 12, 2006 5:07:38 PM EDT

As a fume hood manufacturer I agree totally in your assessment of the
knowledge of users,on how fume hoods operate.  When we provide new fume
hoods on a project, part of the project normally requires 1 to 2  
sessions to be held for the faculty and students in proper operation.

Unfortunately these training sessions times are set by a general  
to complete a building schedule and are not very well attended.

Our sales force is available to hold training sessions upon request  
and we
also have a short video that attempts to show people how to work in a  
hood, that is available at no charge.

Kevin C. Gilkison
Director of Ventilation Technologies
Labconco Corporation
8811 Prospect Ave.
Kansas City, MO. 64132
1-800-821-5525  ext. 720

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