Iroquois Hoods ...for excellence in laboratory ventilation
Iroquois Hoods
2176 East Laketon Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49442
(800) 206-0099
Fax: (231) 767-1302
  Double Entry Hood
Company Profile
The Iroquois Advantage
BV-Series Hood
LA-Series Hood
Slimline Fume Hood
Double Entry Hood
Radioisotope Hood
Perchloric Acid Hood
Walk-In Hood
Automatic Sash Closer
double entry fume hoodThe Iroquois double entry hood has two opposing sashes to allow demonstrations from either side of the hood. Typical installations are on island casework or in a wall separating the classroom and prep room. The sash counterweights are concealed in either sidewall, or alternatively in one sidewall to provide for a viewing window or plumbing fixtures in the opposing wall. Due to the minimal baffling and uncontrolled air flow with both sashes open, the optional sash interlock is recommended to permit only one sash to be opened at a time.

Standard features include:
  • Welded superstructure for structural rigidity and design flexibility to accommodate custom hood sizes and features
  • Single top exhaust baffle
  • Wide Post (flat front) side post design can accept up to two electrical and four plumbing fixtures on either opposing post
  • Full frame, stainless steel vertical sash with integral stainless steel finger pull
  • Stainless steel sash guides, duct collar
  • Sash/counterweight pulley system utilizing six 2-1/2"-diameter pulleys for smooth, dependable operation
  • Vapor-proof incandescent light fixture (bulb not included)

Optional equipment include:

  • Liner material – 1/4” composite stone; 1/4” white epoxy-coated composite stone; 1/4” fiberglass-reinforced polyester – all non-asbestos
  • Sash interlock – automatically permits only one sash to be opened at a time
  • Electrical switches and receptacles – pre-wired using U.L. listed components and meeting N.E.C. and the most stringent local codes
  • Service fixtures – remote control water and gas fixtures with chrome or epoxy-coated (color-coded) outlets by WaterSaver™ pre-piped to meet the most stringent local codes. Use of hard copper tubing with soldered unions assures joint integrity from factory to service hookup.
  • Sash stop
  • Ceiling enclosure
  • Air velocity monitor/alarm
  • Countertops – cast epoxy, dished, with service slots and sink cutout as specified
  • Cabinets – complete line of painted metal laboratory casework, including hood base, acid storage and flammable storage cabinets
  • Blowers – forward curved or backward inclined, selected to match hood and ductwork configuration and application
UL seal
Double Entry Hoods with the optional sash interlock comply with U.L. 1805 Classification requirements.