Radio-isotope fume hood by WALDNER Laboreinrichtungen

1 Differential pressure gauge                             2 Sash with handle
3 Worktop
4 Control panel FAZ or AC
5 Removable front filler panel
6 Extract air spigots integrated into the filter
7 Baffle with scaffold points
8 H-frame with pushed-in underbench unit with
   traverse and service panels



  • Safety equipment for operators, tested according to DIN 25466
  • Exhaust extraction for work with radioactive substances involving heightened requirements for radiation protection
  • For protection against incorporation, contamination and exterior radiation exposure
  • Extraction of fumes, aerosols and dusts from the internal workspace to prevent dangerous toxic concentrations from escaping into the laboratory
  • For avoiding the creation of a dangerous, potentially explosive atmosphere in the internal workspace
  • Protection against dangerous extrusive substances in the internal workspace
  • Protection against flying debris, compounds or particles from the internal workspace
  • Fume hoods built according to DIN 25466 are generally not permitted for use in work with  microorganisms
  • Not to be used for exposed work involving chemical breakdowns