End user perspective of manifolded laboratory fume exhaust systems installed at the Research School of Chemistry, Australian National University, Canberra. Presented by Geoff Deeble – School Manager, Research School of Chemistry, ANU College of.
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Tri-Stack systems provide significant performance, reliability, and cost advantages over conventional centrifugal exhaust fans. Strobic Air has been refining mixed flow technology fans for more than two decades, and has pioneered many aerodynamic concepts.
Information published by Safe Work Australia in October 2015, confirms that approx. 1.2 million Australian workers were exposed to diesel exhaust in the workplace, and exposure to diesel exhaust can cause negative health effects..
On the 18th of July, 2013 an Australian Patent was granted for the Strobic Air® Smart Fan™ Control system, which maintains safe ventilation levels while minimizing facility energy costs and carbon footprint. The patent.
How the Albert Einstein College of Medicine safely handles fume hood exhaust at 300 laboratory workstations Educational research centres with extensive laboratories in urban areas face special problems with regard to safely exhausting sensitive.