Plastec’s anti-corrosion, explosion resistant, polypropylene exhaust blower systems are the perfect tool for maintaining safe air quality in hazardous environments.
Chemical fume extraction is a dangerous job, and finding the right fan and blower system takes some careful research. We’ve compiled a list of resources from trusted industry voices to make sure you’ve got all your bases covered.
Extraction of dangerous fumes and chemical exhaust is vital to operating a safe laboratory environment
Indoor spaces with low levels of air circulation can be a breeding ground for noxious fumes. A corrosion-resistant fume hood system is absolutely necessary for maintaining safe air quality.
A capable exhaust system needs to withstand the most hazardous environments, but purchasing a state-of-the-art system can be a big commitment. See what factors to consider when making your decision.
OSHA, the United States’ governing agency for safety in the workplace, provides guidance on safety standards and practices in industrial settings where dangerous chemicals are being processed, and toxic fumes and explosions must be avoided. Below you can find helpful resources directly from OSHA on properly maintaining ventilation and exhaust systems in aggressive environments.
ASHRAE is the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers ANSI is American National Standards Institute