EETD Researchers Develop Energy-Efficient Laboratory Fume Hood

Photo fo the new fume hood created by Berkeley Lab scientists
February 2000

An advanced, energy-efficient laboratory fume hood that uses only 30 percent of the airflow of standard laboratory fume hood installations has been developed by scientists at Berkeley Lab's Environmental Energy Technologies Division. The hood has passed standard tests for fume hoods and is now ready for field-testing at an advanced lab facility planned for Montana State University at Bozeman.

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