RE: Fume hood for dags

From: Robert W. Schramm ^lt;>
Date: 11/09/05-08:39:25 PM Z
Message-id: <BAY106-F329B0F8FC37B73D99CAB6FD0660@phx.gbl>


I do not use a fume hood for iodine and bromine. If you have the right kind
of fuming box, very little vapor escapes. You definatly need a fume hood for
mercury. It must be big enough to hold your mercury pot and etc. You must be
able to work in it. Mine is about 2 1/2 feet wide and deep and
4 ft tall. (1.2 meters tall 75 cm. wide and deep). It could be a little

Bob Schramm
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From: <i>Agustin Barrutia &lt;;</i><br>Reply-To:
<i></i><br>Subject: <i>Fume hood for
dags</i><br>Date: <i>Sat, 05 Nov 2005 17:21:58 -0300</i><br>&gt;Hello
list,<br>&gt;<br>&gt;I´ve found a local manufacturer of fumehoods that
could build a <br>&gt;custom hood for my dag equipment. They asked for the
exact size of <br>&gt;the hood. I´m using wooden boxes for 4x5´ plates.
Their sizes are <br>&gt;10´x10´ and 8´ of height. What size would be
advisable for these <br>&gt;dag boxes? how big are your
fumehoods?.<br>&gt;Do u use the hood for iodine and mercury? or just for
mercury?<br>&gt;I´d like to use bromine in the future so I might need a
hood that <br>&gt;could suit two boxes (bromine and
mercury)<br>&gt;<br>&gt;Thanks for your
Barrutia,<br>&gt;Buenos Aires, Argentina.<br></font></BLOCKQUOTE>
Received on Wed Nov 9 20:39:35 2005

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