Terra's Environmental Control Modules allow you to construct an exhaust purification/removal system
for virtually any sized enclosure. Hoods are available
for use with two, three, or four filter/blower modules,
and several hoods of any size can be positioned together
to form as large a work station as you need.
The low-profile filter/blower module incorporates 1200
CFM (2038.81 m³/s) impeller blowers designed for quiet, continuous
exhaust fumes through a charcoal purification filter
and then release them through 8" (203 mm)-diameter exhaust
Modular Hoods to Fit Any Requirement Hoods are designed to fit on a standard table when interfaced
with the filter/blower module. Hoods for vertical flow
applications are designed for tables 30" (762 mm) deep or deeper.
Hoods for horizontal flow applications require a 34"-
44" (864-1118 mm) deep table to accommodate both the hood and filter/blower.
Both hood designs are available in three widths. All hoods
feature a segmented access shield that allows ample operator
access to the working area and also closes completely
to minimize contaminants. Stainless steel hood frames
support your choice of five different hood materials.
Hoods are available in five materials. Terra's light-weight,
transparent static-dissipative PVC, which features a
surface resistivity between 106 and 108 ohms/square, safely eliminates static build-ups and
the particles they attract, making surfaces clean inside
and out. Nondissipative PVC and polypropylene enclosures
are ideal for use with a wide range of caustic fumes.
All hoods feature a stainless steel reinforcement frame
for optimal strength and stability. Hoods can also be
equipped with a conduit flange to allow remote applications.
Simply specify desired location of input/exhaust when