Downdraft Table

Our Downdraft Table protects personnel and the environment from contamination by drawing air down through the table and into our seamless filters. Continuous airflow directs contamination away from the user, through the filter(s) and then recycles clean air back into the laboratory.

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• Captures anesthetic gases without altering the depth of anesthesia

• Autoclavable, removable stainless steel work surface

• System designed to be used on desk or countertop

• System can also be mobilized using our Anodized Aluminum Cart. Cart can be customized to include optional drop-down shelves, storage cabinet and light fixture (contact Stoelting for details).


Hazard Technology is part of Stoelting Co. For technical support or service contact: info@StoeltingCo.com or 800-860-9775


The Hazard Technology Downdraft Table is simple yet widely used and successful means for removing hazardous fumes, vapors, and particles from the laboratory.

Our hoods protect personnel and the environment from contamination by drawing air through the hood and into our seamless filters. Continuous airflow across the work surface directs contamination away from the user, through the filter(s) and then recycles clean air back into the laboratory.

Filter options include:

• Carbon (Charcoal) - rids the work area of hazardous fumes and vapors.

• HEPA - used for containment of particles - toxic powders, asbestos, lead, latent fingerprint powder, etc.

• Potassium Permanganate - safely absorbs and neutralizes formaldehyde and paraformaldehyde fumes.

• Polyester – generally used for dust prevention and as a pre-filter in combination with HEPA filters

*Filters may be stacked for mixed use applications*

You can find Filters for Portable Fume Hoods, Downdraft Tables and Workstations Here

Please Note: Upon arrival, our Hoods do NOT contain a Filter. A Filter MUST be installed for proper function.

Without a Filter, the system offers no protection from hazerdous fumes, vapors, or particles.

Filters should be changed regularly and according to your specific use and needs. Even without use, once a filter has been installed, it should be changed at least once per year. Failure to replace the filter increases the risk that your hood will not provide appropriate protection from hazardous materials.