Backed by our diligent employees and rich industrial experience, we have managed to become one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of Local Exhaust Ventilation. It is widely installed in many places to suck out all the airborne contaminants like dust and fumes from workplace. We have made available this ventilation in different specifications to varying application needs. More to this, designed utilizing superior quality material and cutting-edge technology, our Local Exhaust Ventilation allows workers of an organization to have a clean and healthy environment to breathe in.
LEV systems will have the following components:
The hood captures the contaminated air. To be effective:
The ducting system carries the contaminated air away from the work area and ideally sharp corners should be avoided in the ducting.
The air cleaner filters and cleans the air before it’s released (outside, away from air intakes).
The fan draws the contaminated air though the hood and ducting to the exhaust stack. The fan must generate sufficient airflow to achieve a capture velocity that draws the contaminant away from the worker’s breathing zone.
The exhaust stack releases the clean air to the outside.
Types of LEV hoods
One of the common reasons LEV systems are ineffective is because the hood doesn’t capture and contain the contaminated air. There are different designs of LEV hood for different processes.
Enclosing hoods are an effective type of hood because the contaminated air is completely contained. A glove box encloses the process, protecting the operator and preventing the contaminant from entering the workplace. Spray booths enclose the process and the operator. The contaminated air is contained but further controls such as personal protective equipment (PPE) are needed to protect the operator.
High strength and sturdy build quality
Does not require maintenance
Easy to install and replace