Local extraction in veterinary clinics
Types of pollution
Several working processes at vet clinics call for local extraction:
Work involving chemicals, eg fixation of sample tissues in formaldehyde
Work with inhalational anaesthetics
Lasers and electrosurgical devices developing surgical smoke
Tooth-cleaning developing aerosols and involving anaesthtic gasses
Work with medicine creating dust and aerosols
Extraction arm for many tasks
An extraction arm is a very effective local extraction for most working processes because of its flexibility. We recommend an air volume of min. 100 m3/h.
Cabinet for formaldehyde
A cabinet is the best solution for work with formaldehyde and medicine. With the right air volume through the cabinet, it encloses the pollution in a closed system avoiding leakage into the surrroundings. We recommend an air velocity in the opening of 0,5 m/s.