Double Safe Waste Chute Balance Enclosure with 2-Position Draft Shield


Double Safe Waste Chute Balance Enclosure with 2-Position Draft Shield designed to provide personnel protection down to a respiratory exposure concentration of 100-1000 micrograms per cubic meter (ug/m3). Enclosure features acrylic superstructure, black phenolic base dishes to contain product spills, hinged doors to facilitate product ingress/egress, (2x) top – mounted fan / filter housings with 99.99% efficiency HEPA filtration.

Draft shield on front of enclosure can be placed into one of two height configurations. Safety pins on the left and right sides of the draft shield allow for efficient removal and replacement for equipment ingress/egress and change of door height configuration.

FS2079 Double Safe Waste Chute on right side of unit features double protection to protect the user from dermal exposure to hazardous substances during waste load-out. The FS2079 avoids cross contamination between waste and residue while never exposing bagged substances to the outside environment (exterior to enclosure).

Dimensions:

External Width: 71.75”
External Depth: 39.00”
Internal Height: 38.91”

FSI Category 4-5

  • What is being done inside of the enclosure? What type of material (powder, liquid, gas, nuisance odor) is being worked with? How does the material enter and exit the enclosure system? etc...
  • What type of filtration is required? Single HEPA, Dual HEPA, Carbon, House Exhaust, etc... What is the required OEL (Occupational Exposure Limit) for the process, or any other details about containment goals? What is the quantity of powder or liquid, task duration, composition of powder, etc...?
  • What equipment is being worked with? What is the equipment model, size, scope, function, and any other information that will affect the design of the enclosure, including movement, heat output, etc...? *State the specific equipment make and model if available*
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