FHE

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AcronymDefinition
FHEField Hockey Equipment (sporting goods; various locations)
FHEFive Hour Energy (beverage)
FHEFemmes et Hommes dans l'Eglise (French: Women and Men in the Church)
FHEFlexible Hybrid Electronics (Manufacturing Innovation Institute; San Jose, CA)
FHEFamily Home Evening (LDS church)
FHEFatal Hardware Error
FHEFamily Health Education (various organizations)
FHEFamily Home Entertainment
FHEFirst Hand Experience
FHEFurther and Higher Education Act (1992)
FHEFacultad de Humanidades y Educación (Spanish: Universidad Central de Venezuela)
FHEFoothills Elementary
FHEFume Hood Exhaust
FHEFrance Hydro Electricité (French: France Hydro Electricity)
FHEForward Headquarters Element
FHEFlood Hazard Evaluation
FHEFemoral Head Excision (medical procedure)
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1-2007 classifies fume hood exhaust as Class 4 air and restricts (any) recirculation of this air.
In order to improve recovery efficiency, having a dedicated exhaust network for fume hoods and one for general laboratory exhaust gives the opportunity to install high efficiency heat recovery (enthalpy wheel) on the general exhaust and safer heat recovery (glycol loop) on fume hood exhaust.
Met-Pro Corporation (NYSE: MPR), a provider of product recovery, pollution control, fluid handling and filtration solutions, has announced that its Strobic Air business unit has received a contract for research laboratory fume hood exhaust systems, according to Raymond J De Hont, the company's chairman and chief executive officer
c) All fume hood exhaust setpoints shall be reduced to a fixed percentage of the maximum hood rates; this percentage shall be determined as specified in Section 230593 Testing, Adjusting and Balancing.
As to how these issues may be managed today, until a few decades ago most laboratory fume hood exhaust applications were handled by rooftop centrifugal fans with individually dedicated tall exhaust stacks.
Overall, there was a 30% reduction in fume hood exhaust compared to before the competitions, resulting in annual energy savings of more than $180,000 and more than 300 tons of greenhouse gas emissions.
The TriStack mixed flow exhaust fan line offers safety critical applications, such as laboratory fume hood exhaust and ventilation, for specialized care environments like airborne infection isolation rooms.
If a proposed design approach does not treat the fume hood exhaust as hazardous, it is recommended that the engineer obtain approval from the owner and the environmental health and safety officer.
Options include the Sentinel XL fume hood monitor, cupsinks, work surfaces (phenolic resin, epoxy resin, ceramic, stainless steel), base cabinets, ELCB/MCB electrical circuit protection, and fume hood exhaust blowers.
Mixed-flow impeller systems also reduce noise, use less energy, and provide enhanced performance with faster payback over conventional laboratory fume hood exhaust systems.
Where the fume hood exhaust for a space is less than or equal to the minimum ventilation rate, the fume hood operates at a constant exhaust rate.