Acmas Technologies Inc. is an address of quality Fume Hood products that has been developed for scientific and laboratory purposes. With its consistent planning, it has become master in providing laboratory and research based scientific equipment. We manufacture high-quality scientific and laboratory products by applying contemporary technologies. Our team has extensive technical knowledge and produces the best Fume Hood with complete documentation and installing facility. Personal customization is also possible according to client’s need.

Technical Matrix:


Wooden / Mild Steel / Stainless Steel SS 304


Stainless steel sheet table of ss-304 grade/ Granite


PP sink with tap


Epoxy coating (FRP lining-Optional)

Blower assembly

Centrifugal lubricated bearing type ISI marked assembly


Fluorescent light illumination greater than 800 lux on work table.

Noise level

> 65 dB

Power Supply

220 V/50-60 Hz

Working Size


Ducting (optional)

150 mm dia PVC rigid

working chamber

Working Size






Fume Hood (ATI-131)

Fume Hood

Made up of strong wooden board, these are planned as to throw out all the vapors and protect the equipments. Outer part of the product is finished with sunmica and inside part is painted with colors / PCRC Sheet/ Stainless Steel SS 304

  • Working table top is fixed with resistant tiles and a small wash basin is attached for passage of water.

  • The door moves up and down with hidden counter balanced weight.

  • The unit is fixed with comfortable light and a gas cock to supply the air. The front panel is fixed with switches for exhaust system and light.

  • Can work on 220/230 volts A.C. Supply

Salient features
  • Customer satisfaction is priority
  • Modern technologies
  • Complete Documentation (as per requirement)
  • Customizable
  • GMP/GLP compliant systems
  • Post sale services
  • Discount & Warranty Policies
Primary parts of the Fume Hood
  • Face
    The face of the hood is the opening where air capture takes place.
  • Sash
    The sash is the glass “window” that travels in the plane of the hood face that opens or closes the hood and protects the user during use.
  • Baffles
    The baffles are fitted in the back side of the equipment. The baffles can also be balanced for dissimilar vapor thickness of chemicals.
  • Duct
    The duct links the hood to the airing system and draw outside air.
  • Air Foil
    The air foil is connected to the bottom part of the hood and is a vent that maintains a gap all times.

Operating Performance of a Fume Hood
  • Location:
    The location of the hood affects its efficiency. Ideally, fume hoods should be located in an area of minimal traffic. When a person walks by a fume hood, turbulence can be created causing contaminants to be drawn outside the hood. Also, if the air diffuser is located directly above the fume hood, air turbulence may be created causing contaminants to escape into the room. The air flow into the room has an effect on the fume hood. All doors and windows should be kept closed to maintain the negative pressure of the lab with respect to the outside corridor. This ensures that any contaminants in the lab will be exhausted through the fume hood and not escape into the hallway.
  •  Face velocity:
    Face velocity is a measurement of the average velocity at which air is drawn through the face of the fume hood.  Face velocities too high or low can be detrimental to the performance of the fume hood.  The acceptable range of the average face velocity may vary between 60-100 feet per minute (fpm) depending on hood type and hazard. If non-carcinogenic materials are being used the acceptable face velocity for minimally hazardous materials is 50 fpm.  Currently, all fume hoods are certified for work with hazardous chemicals if the air velocity is between 80 and 120 fpm.  At velocities greater than 125 fpm face velocity, studies have demonstrated that the creation of turbulence causes contaminants to flow out of the hood and into the user’s breathing zone.
  • Air flow indicators:
    Small pieces of tinsel are taped to the bottom corner of the sash. Inward movement of the tinsel indicates air is being drawn into the hood. Air flow indicators do not determine face velocity. They only indicate that air is being exhausted through the fume hood.

Contact Us

312 - 313 Vardhman Capital Mall, LSC-10 Gulabi Bagh, Shakti Nagar, Delhi - 110007 (India)


+91 931 10 39044, 8586873344, 8800266589


info@acmastechnologies.com acmastechnologies@gmail.com,
Obromax.delhi@gmail.com, acmas.delhi@gmail.com,

Pre & Post Sales:  9313971681
Technical Support:  8586873344
Accounts: 011 - 23654603
Enquiry (Quotation):  8800266589

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