AUG 29, 2018 9:00 AM PDT

Navigating Ducted and Ductless Fume Hoods: Which is Better?

Sponsored by: Labconco
C.E. Credits: P.A.C.E. CE Florida CE
Speakers
  • Sales Engineer for Chemical Fume Hoods, Labconco Corporation
    Biography
      Beth Mankameyer is the Sales Engineer for Chemical Fume Hoods at Labconco Corporation, a leading manufacturer of laboratory ventilation equipment. Beth has presented multiple times at the American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition, and at Pittcon®. Before joining Labconco in 2013, Beth was a Business Development Manager at Ruskin Company, where she focused on the manufacturing of louvers for the HVAC industry, and architectural products. She holds degrees from the University of Kansas and University of Saint Mary. Beth is a Construction Documents Technologist certified by the Construction Specifications Institute and a LEED Green Associate.

    Abstract:

    DATE: August 29, 2018
    TIME: 9:00AM PDT

    The world of fume hoods can get complicated with all the options currently available. Join Beth Mankameyer (Sales Engineer) at Labconco as she discusses the basics of fume hood design, what the differences are between a ducted and ductless hood, and why you would choose one over the other for your lab. This webinar will provide a basic understanding of fume hood selection, and is appropriate for anyone looking to purchase a fume hood in the near future, or just wants to know more about the fume hood they currently operate. There will be a live question and answer session to help you with questions specific to your lab.
    Labconco enhances global scientific discovery by providing exceptional equipment and service. Serving the scientific community since 1925, Labconco Corporation manufactures laboratory equipment, specializing in ventilation enclosures such as chemical fume hoods and biological safety cabinets. In addition, Labconco produces other lab equipment, such as glassware washers and freeze dryers. Labconco has ISO 9001 certification, one measure of its commitment to quality and consistency in design and manufacturing. Manufactured in Kansas City, Missouri and Fort Scott, Kansas, Labconco equipment can be found in academic, industrial, life science, pharmaceutical, environmental, forensic and clinical laboratories worldwide.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify differences between remote blower and built-in blower ducted fume hoods.
    • Define ductless hood types and their benefits.
    • Learn how your application influences what fume hood is best for your lab.

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