The BenchVent BV570H-H, a compact desktop fume cabinet to contain and filter contaminants for use within dental labs, electronic design and rework, pharmaceutical labs and classrooms.
What’s included with the BV570H-H Benchtop Fume Cabinet? – Filter unit with fan(s) – PETG Clear hinged Hood Enclosure – Fibre filter – E11 HEPA filter – Power Lead – Data/Warranty Booklet What can the BV570H-H compact desktop fume cabinet be used for? BV570H-H is designed for use in numerous situations where external venting is impractical but where contaminant capture and filtration is necessary.
This fume cabinet is ideal for the filtration of solder smoke particles, light powder particulates emanating from: adhesives, solders, light grinding particles and dusts etc.
The T570 Hood has a hinged lid to assist, for example, in positioning weigh scales and the like within the hood.
The weighing and handling of potentially harmful chemicals, powders, applying adhesives, cleaning solvents, and using small grinding tools etc is carried out within the hood and cleaned air is vented to the right rear of the cabinet.
This unit is designed for immediate operator protection from concentrations of airborne contaminants whereby all fumes and particulates within the hood enclosure are filtered and cleaned air is exhausted to the right rear of the cabinet.
It is not recommended for continual usage, i.e. production applications, particularly in confined and/or badly ventilated areas. Key Features Compact design meaning it can be used on workbenches, trolleys etc.
Particulate pre-filter followed by high grade bonded carbon filter for adsorption Hinged lid to assist in positioning products Lifetime Guarantee All BenchVent filtration and extraction systems carry a lifetime warranty, are quiet in operation and can be assembled in seconds.
Place onto a desk, bench or trolley and then simply plug in and switch on.
Filtration The BenchVent BV570H-H comprises of a pre-filter to 15-20 microns followed by a EU10 EPA mini pleat filter for fine particulate removal.
Through the process of filtration, adsorption and dilution, operator exposure to potentially hazardous substances is vastly reduced or eliminated.
Demonstrating adequate control of the risks to the health of employees students and the general public, from dusts, powders, mists, fumes and vapours is the fundemental requirement of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (CoSHH).