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Now an Environmentally Friendly Ductless Fume Hood

Published: Friday, November 01, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, November 01, 2013
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New Purair ECO™ line of energy-saving ductless fume hoods from Air Science.

Air Science has introduced its New Purair ECO™ line of Energy-Saving Ductless Fume Hoods designed for both chemical and particulate protection over a broad range of laboratory and industrial applications.

Development of the Purair ECO is in response to an increasing worldwide demand for safe, cost-effective and energy-efficient ductless containment cabinets that minimize stress on facility HVAC systems without compromising protection for personnel and the environment.

The Purair ECO is available with a choice of controllers including the company’s new ECOair™ touchpad control with color display interface.

An optional BACnet network interface connects all cabinet control, monitoring and alarm functions to an open-source facility monitoring system.

The system is based on an industry-wide, non-proprietary ASHRAE compliant protocol for green building management.

The Purair ECO is available in five standard sizes from 30" wide to 69" wide.


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