Iroquois Hoods ...for excellence in laboratory ventilation
Iroquois Hoods
2176 East Laketon Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49442
(800) 206-0099
Fax: (231) 767-1302
E-mail:
mgross@iroquoishoods.com
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la series fume hoodOur LA-series hood offers added flexibility over our modular BV-series by allowing for custom dimensions and design features such as side viewing windows and pass-through ports. The full bias of the side posts enhances air smoothness at the sash perimeter with minimal reduction in working width (1/2”) over the BV. In the Iroquois tradition of performance, durability and value, the LA comes with a long list of standard equipment.







Standard features include:
  • Two hood heights in stock – 48” with 42” interior height; 58” with 48” interior height
  • Welded superstructure for structural rigidity and design flexibility to accommodate custom hood sizes and features
  • Three-piece baffle system with adjustable upper and lower dampers to regulate lighter- and heavier-than-air gases
  • Airfoil around full perimeter of sash opening, with electrical fixtures and plumbing controls mounted on bias surface
  • Side post electrical and plumbing knockouts in standard or ADA configuration
  • Bypass grill with adjustable louvers to control bypass air volume
  • Full frame, stainless steel vertical sash with integral stainless steel finger pull
  • Stainless steel sash guides, lower airfoil, duct collar
  • Sash/counterweight pulley system utilizing four 2-1/2"-diameter pulleys for unexcelled smoothness and durability; full-width counterweight featuring “Tilt-Lock” for additional safety
  • Fluorescent light fixture – 2’ or 4’ (bulbs not included) with vapor-proof light glass sealed to top panel

Optional equipment include:

  • Liner material – choice of nine non-asbestos materials
  • Auxiliary air bonnet – installs at front panel location to supply 70% of hood air from outside building. Requires its own blower and duct; moderate tempering of auxiliary air is recommended.
  • Electrical switches and receptacles – pre-wired using U.L. listed components and meeting N.E.C. and the most stringent local codes
  • Fluorescent or vapor-proof incandescent light fixtures; explosion-proof incandescent light fixtures for hazardous (classified) locations
  • Service fixtures – remote control water and gas fixtures with chrome or epoxy-coated (color-coded) outlets by WaterSaver™ pre-piped to meet the most stringent local codes. Use of hard copper tubing with soldered unions assures joint integrity from factory to service hookup.
  • Choice of sashes – vertical rising (standard); top-hung horizontal sliding; combination (vertical /horizontal); interlocking vertical (disappearing post)
  • Sash stop
  • Ceiling enclosure
  • Air velocity monitor/alarm
  • Automatic sash closer
  • Countertops – cast epoxy or stainless steel, dished, with service slots and sink cutout as specified
  • Cabinets – complete line of painted metal laboratory casework, including hood base, acid storage and flammable storage cabinets
  • Blowers – forward curved or backward inclined, selected to match hood and ductwork configuration and application; spark-resistant blowers with explosion-proof motors available for hazardous (classified) locations

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LA-Series Hoods comply with U.L. 1805 Classification requirements