Do you need a Fume Hood Safety Monitor offers monitoring, alarming, data logging and communication to building and laboratory systems?
Fume Hood Safety Monitor
There are a lot of different brands and types of fume hoods and biosafety cabinets. Some come with integrated fume hood alarms, but many don’t. Now, with so many regulations like NSF-49/ANSI, USP 797, and USP 800 requiring alarming capability, lab managers are left in a bind. Short of buying new critical containment equipment, they’re looking for ways to make their existing equipment compliant.
That’s precisely why DegreeC developed The Rooster™. Designed to be a cost-effective and easy retrofit option, this system is the fast, reliable, and affordable! The Rooster™ fume hood alarm provides you with full-time tracking of air velocity within fume hoods and biosafety cabinets and ensures that airflow never falls below thresholds defined by the user.
You can quickly add the capability to monitor airflow safety and become compliant with NSF-49/ANSI and OSHA.
- One-step push-button calibration
- Quick and easy installation and alarm setup
- Choice of Airflow Sensor Probe, sidewall, or inline sensor styles available
- Configurable Alarm Behaviors
- Auxiliary Night Setback Input
What is a Fume Hood Safety Monitor?
Airflow within chemical fume hoods or biosafety cabinets is critical for proper exhaust of potentially harmful fumes and ensures the safety of staff. A Fume Hood Safety Monitor allows the user to define the acceptable airflow thresholds and the alarm will sound if those parameters are not met.