Plastic Concepts has recently partnered with Erlab, Inc. the leader and creator of ductless fume hood technology. We make custom polypropylene hoods fitted with Erlab’s proprietary equipment -which is the best filtration technology available in the market.
This is the fume hood of the future, and there’s a good reason why! They are economical, convenient, environmentally friendly and are safe for use with approved process applications validated by Erlab’s own chemists.
If you are unfamiliar with ductless or filtered hoods and traditional ducted hoods, here is a quick overview. A filtered hood takes ambient air from the lab environment through the cabinet opening at an average velocity of 100fpm (creating negative pressure), air flows into the hood, then through filters at the top, and then recirculates clean air back into the lab.
A ducted fume hood takes ambient air from the lab environment in through the cabinet opening at an average velocity of 100fpm (creating negative pressure) and exhausts it through the top of the hood, out through ductwork and outside of the building into the outdoor air.
Our products include:
- Fume hoods
- Glove boxes
- Filtered Downdraft Tables
- Mobile dunk carts
For the following applications:
- Etching station
- Powder Handling Stations
- Printing Machine Fumes
- Plating Process Equipment
- Forensic Analysis
- GE Aviation
- NH State Labs
- A123 Systems
- Beth Israel
- Saint Gobain
Keep an eye out for our future blogs on Fume Hoods:
- Why Ductless Hoods have a bad rap
- Ductless Hoods vs. Ducted
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