Matt and Andrew attach cabling for fume-hood support. The hood was salvaged from the existing facility. It was previously used as a part of a sawdust collection system that consolidated the sawdust from the wood shop that previously resided in TFRB. It will now collect fumes from soldering and brazing processes and will feed to ducting that vents to the outside of the building via the roof.



Above is the completed installation of the fume-hood. The next stage is to run 8″ ducting through the hole in ceiling, install an in-line blower fan, and connect the new ducting to the existing section upstairs that vents to the roof. When completed, this system will lend itself to maintaining quality air in which to conduct our hydrogen fueling system engineering operations.