Ducted Fume Cupboards Vs Recirculating Fume Cupboards

Fume cupboards come in ducted or recirculating variants, but which is best for you? As a general rule of thumb we would always recommend ducted (un-filtered) fume cupboards, as they offer a number of key advantages over recirculating (filtered) fume cupboards. However, budget, difficulty of installation and/or low usage can often favour a recirculating unit….

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“Beat or Treat” Fume Cupboard Quote

Are you really comparing like-for-like Fume Cupboard Quotes? Spot the Difference? Fume cupboards come in many forms and national standards, with countless options and technical features. As such there is a good chance you will not be looking at like-for-like products when comparing fume cupboard quotations. Even where very detailed requirements are specified by a…

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Energy Saving Fume Cupboards and Controls

“Fume cupboards use lots of energy“, you’ve no doubt heard, but very often huge energy savings are possible with minimal cost. The fume cupboard itself, and its extract system, generally consume a small amount of energy. The bulk of the energy associated with running a ducted fume cupboard is consumed by having to condition (i.e….

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Reconditioned Fume Cupboard Bargains

The moulded construction of our GRP laboratory fume cupboards makes them particularly long lasting and suitable for resale. Our reconditioned fume cupboards are an excellent choice for start-up companies or customers looking for a bargain. All of our reconditioned fume cupboards have been carefully checked, serviced, repaired and cleaned by our engineers, and can be…

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The World’s Largest Trike!

The Fumair flyer is a 24-seater trike built by John Clarke, our late founding Managing Director, and friends, in order to raise funds and awareness for charity organisations. Fumair Flyer – world’s largest trike, 24 seater Since being built in 1996 it has been featured on national TV (including Blue Peter, BBC news and You’ve…

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