PVC Duct Exhaust Hoods

PVC duct exhaust hoods are used as fume intakes for applications that involve steam, fumes, dust, and other environmental contaminants. Exhaust hoods extract these fumes from the surrounding air and send them elsewhere using a connected duct system. Usually these hoods will vent to the outside or will direct it through some type of filtration system.

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PVC duct exhaust hoods are especially important when applications involve airborne contaminants like grease, dust, smoke, and fumes. Generally duct systems use a fan to suction air into the hood and out through the duct vent. PVC makes a great material for this sort of work, as it is resilient to corrosion and various organic chemicals like salts, acids, and bases.

One of the most important things to be mindful of when using PVC duct is the maximum temperature your application will reach. PVC, though rigid and resilient, has a maximum temperature rating of 140F. This threshold should not be crossed, as it can compromise the makeup of the PVC and may cause the duct system to malfunction or leak. If you are dealing with higher temperature uses, consider CPVC duct, as it has a maximum temperature of 200F (a good 60 degrees higher).

Our exhaust hoods come in sizes from 18" up to 72". For more information and technical specifications on our duct rear exhaust hoods please call our experienced product experts today. We would be happy to assist you in finding a hood to suit your needs.

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