Thin Wall fume hood design & installation
Designed with thinner walls than similar size hoods, these fume hoods are essential for keeping work areas properly ventilated. The thin walls provide additional room to work without sacrificing protection.
PSA not only designs labs custom to your scientific application, but we also deliver biosafety materials and provide expert installation for thin wall fume hoods around the globe! We have installed fume hoods in labs across the U.S. and in several continents. View some of our high-performance fume hoods in our gallery to get inspiration for your own lab’s design.
262-204-7660 Fume Hood Gallery
Daily-use lab equipment
Thin wall fume hoods are great for scientists who work with large equipment on a daily basis and need access to fume hoods with thinner front posts. They provide the same benefits as larger ventilation systems while offering more room for work.
The thin wall construction of these products makes it easy to alter and adjust. Need additional features like plumbing or electrical components? Ask our lab furniture experts for assistance with designing your lab’s ventilation system.
PSA provides fume hoods for the following industries:
Midwest fume hood testing & ventilation certification
Once you have selected and installed the thin wall fume hood for your lab, PSA Laboratory Furniture will evaluate your hood to achieve all necessary certifications. Through our testing service, every part of your new fume hood will be checked for by local, national, and industry standards for internationally accredited ventilation certification. We maintain and exceed standards in ANSI/ASHRAE, IEST & ISO & NSF-Compliant lab inspections.
States we test in: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Ohio
Testing and Certification Inspections we provide include:
Additional fume hood types from PSA Laboratory Furniture include:
Variable Air Volume (VAV)
We install thin wall fume hoods throughout the U.S:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington DC
- West Virginia