9.C.3.8 Flammable-Liquid Storage Cabinets

9.C.3.9 Benchtop Enclosers

9.C.4 General Laboratory Ventilation and Environmental Control Systems

9.C.4.1 Constant Air Volume (CAV) Systems

9.C.4.2 Variable Air Volume (VAV) Systems

9.C.5 Supply Systems

9.C.6 Exhaust Systems

9.C.6.1 Individual Laboratory Chemical Hood Fans

9.C.6.2 Manifolded (Common Header) Systems

9.C.6.3 Hybrid Exhaust Systems

9.C.6.4 Room Purge Systems

9.C.6.5 Exhaust Stacks

9.D ROOM PRESSURE CONTROL SYSTEMS

9.E SPECIAL SYSTEMS

9.E.1 Gloveboxes

9.E.2 Clean Rooms

9.E.2.1 Clean Room Classification

9.E.2.2 Clean Room Protocols

9.E.2.3 Laboratory Chemical Hoods and Laboratory Furniture in Clean Rooms

9.E.3 Environmental Rooms and Special Testing Laboratories

9.E.3.1 Alternatives to Environmental Rooms

9.E.4 Biological Safety Cabinets and Biosafety Facilities

9.E.4.1 Biosafety Cabinets

9.E.4.2 Using a Biosafety Cabinet for Biological Materials

9.E.5 Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials

9.E.6 Explosion-Proof Chemical Hoods

9.F MAINTENANCE OF VENTILATION SYSTEMS

9.G VENTILATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

9.G.1 Design Criteria

9.G.2 Training Program

9.G.3 Inspection and Maintenance

9.G.4 Goals Performance Measurement

9.G.5 Commissioning

9.H SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY

9.H.1 Low-Flow or High-Performance Laboratory Chemical Hoods

9.H.2 Automatic Sash Closers

9.H.3 Variable Air Volume (VAV) Systems with Setback Controls

9.H.4 Variable Air Volume Systems, Diversity Factors

9.H.5 Lower General Ventilation Rates

9.H.6 Laboratory Chemical Hood Alternatives

9.H.7 Retro-Commissioning

9.H.8 Components of Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC)

9.H.9 How to Choose a Ventilation System

9.I LABORATORY DECOMMISSIONING

9.I.1 Assessment

9.I.2 Removal, Cleaning, and Decontamination

9.I.3 Clearance



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