Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2009 19:11:24 -0600
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Subject: Re: Centrally located glass-walled fume hoods
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I believe that the glass student hoods at Washington U., are all Labcon
Classmate hoods and total 210 units in all.

  Kevin C. Gilkison
Director of Ventilation Technologies
Labconco Corporation
1-800-821-5525  ext. 720

             Janet Baum                                                
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Washington University in St. Louis has all u.g. student labs with the
Fisher-Hamilton (now Thermo-Electron) glass-walled FH. in their Laborat
Science Building. =A0These are all arranged back to back. =A0Mr. Ed His
s is the
facility manager for that building and can offer you some information. 
can be contacted through WUSTL's Chemistry Dept.

Janet Baum, AIA
Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design
Washington University in St. Louis

On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 8:32 AM, Kristi Ohr  wrote:
  Does anyone have the glass-walled fume hoods (such as the TruView
  hoods=A0made by Kewaunee)=A0in their teaching labs?=A0 I'm specifical
  interested in the back-to-back configuration of these in the center o
  the room (as opposed to the around the perimeter of the room layout).

  We're in the process of planning a new chemistry=A0building, and
  are=A0considering the kind that have an actual glass barrier between 
  hoods so that the hoods are not dependent on one another.=A0 Does any
  have these in their labs, and if so, what sorts of problems have you 
  with them?

  Thank you,

  Kristi Evenson-Ohr
  Amherst College

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