Tag: Chemical Fume Hood

Automating face velocity testing
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Automating face velocity testing streamlines fume hood certification. Face velocity measurements are automatically transmitted from the reference sensor to the Rooster™ airflow monitor. The °C Point anemometer will soon be interoperable with Rooster™ airflow alarms and monitors for automating face velocity testing. Users will have another sensor option for calibrating their fume hoods using automated entry […]

Face velocity thermo-anemometer interfaces directly with airflow alarm for fume hood certification
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Face velocity thermo-anemometer interfaces directly with Rooster™ airflow monitor for fume hood certification. Degree Controls is continually improving Rooster™ airflow and pressure alarms and monitors. With the latest Rooster™ interface software, users have the option to perform their own cabinet calibration, with automated entry of face velocity measurements acquired from a calibrated anemometer. Rooster™ is […]

cleanroom fogger
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Cleanroom Foggers for Dynamic Smoke Studies Degree Controls cleanroom foggers test containment in all types of laboratories including: analytical & quality laboratories testing the conformity of products and materials, compounding laboratories creating unique medications, and chemical laboratories developing advanced materials, and they are also used to verify airflow patterns in manufacturing and R&D processes. Our […]

Board mount airflow sensors, pcb mount air velocity & temperature sensor
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Rooster™ airflow alarms and monitors provide full time monitoring of air velocities within cabinet or exhaust systems to ensure air movement never falls below user-defined thresholds. Customers choose Rooster™ because it offers choices, gives them what they need, and is intuitive and easy to use. While each model has a different feature set, all Rooster™ […]

Posted By: John Callanan

Airflow is Essential for Critical Containment Engineering controls are used to protect laboratory workers. Examples include exposure control devices (ECDs) such as chemical fume hoods and biosafety cabinets (BSCs), which are ventilated to contain harmful toxins and odors, and safeguard against fume releases into the room. These critical containment cabinets differ in design, and airflow […]