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BayerMan Benching System Hood Types

One of the necessary and essential equipment in each laboratory is the laboratory hood. The laboratory hood is one of the ventilation systems that is active alongside the heating, cooling and HVAC systems, and is used for the following purposes

Protecting the lab user

Protecting the product or testing sample

Protecting the lab environment

Also, different types of laboratory hoods can be used to protect against mild explosions and to collect diffused materials 

Application of laboratory hood

  • Protecting personnel while working with toxic and infectious substances: working with viruses, bacteria, parasites, etc. can create poison in the laboratory environment and laboratory hood can remove this poison from the laboratory. Disposing of infectious particles in the laboratory is done by the hood through the suction of the air evacuation tubes

Protecting laboratory samples from corrosive, decomposing and exposed to ambient air and contamination

Preventing the release of airborne contamination when working with chemicals

Separation of aerosols, usually caused by certain activities in the laboratory, such as microbiology, microbial culture, centrifugation or acid preparation, can cause various diseases and problems

How to work with a laboratory hood

– Always keep it working for ten to fifteen minutes before using any hood in the laboratory and disinfect it with 70% alcohol

 Do your job at the end of the hood

 Remove any samples or accessories in the hood

 Clean the hoods equipped with ultraviolet light once a week with alcohol

At the end of your work with a hood, disinfect it with alcohol of 70%

 After the end of your work, wait ten to fifteen minutes and then turn off the hood

 After turning off the lamp, close the window glass in front of the hood

 To use a flame, it’s best to have a gas hose

– A chemical laboratory hood has a chamber made of steel or MDF, and in front of it is a vertical glass, and the user can easily see the activity done by his hands

Different Components of the Laboratory Hood

Several types of hoods are usually made of MDF, steel, or stainless steel

BayerMan is the manufacturer of all kinds of laboratory hoods including

Chemical hood or fume hood

Microbial hood

Laminar hood

Extraction Arm

Canopy hood

BayerMan Laboratory hoods can be installed and used in research laboratories, food industries, pharmacies, public health, microbiology, dentistry, universities and schools. Just contact us for more information.

To select the appropriate hood for the laboratory, the following should be considered

Type of hood

The item to be protected. Like environment, user or sample

Hood installation and upper floors

Type and material of ceiling

Exhaust type (span dimensions, path length and number of bends)

Range required for ventilation and dimensions of the device under the hood

The type of materials used in the tests

The amount of lighting required

Types and number of switches and sockets

Types and brands of valves (water, gas, air, vacuum, industrial gases)

Dimensions, brand and material of the sink cup

Sometimes, type and brand of fan and engine required, along with engine speed and required suction volume

Type of chamber

Number and material of the walls

Internal wall and external wall

Chemical storage cabinet

Type, dimensions and efficiency of the filter

Number of filters

Number and diameter of the arm

Diameter of crater

Worktop material

Type of input power (single-phase / three-phase)

Class (group) of the hood



Required number

Benching System

Extraction Arm

Chemical Fume Hood

Chemical Fume Hood

Canopy Hood

Canopy Hood

Laminar Flow Hood

Laminar Flow Hood