PROCESS #9-1238 Rev 2 April/2021 Best Products. | Best Performance. | Best Protection. Page 10 of 10
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Part 3 - Execution
3.1 Installation
A. Fume Hood Base Installation:
Temporarily set fume hood bases plumb, square, and straight with no distortion using the leg levelers
adjustable from with the hood base. Use polypropylene shims as required for added support. Note:
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B. Fume Hood Installation:
Set fume hood on base cabinet and using base cabinet leg levelers plumb, square and straight with no
distortion. Fasten fume hood to bases from inside the base cabinet, through perimeter base cabinet
strips, using TFE coated screws, recessed, and plugged. Once the work surface is level and true, the
bases shall be fastened to the floor via a treated wood backer installed behind the toe kick. Adjust
levelers/shims. All screws shall be TFE coated, recessed, and covered with a polypropylene plug.
C. Accessory Installation:
Install sinks, cup sinks, and exhaust transitions and other custom accessories in accordance with
manufacturer's recommendations.
3.2 Adjusting
A. Repair or remove and replace defective work, as directed by Owner's Representative, upon completion
of installation.
B. Adjust doors, sash, hardware, fixtures and other moving or operating parts to function smoothly.
3.3 Cleaning
A. Clean finished fume hood, work surfaces, and accessories. Touch up as required, wipe down, and
vacuum the interior of the equipment. Note: Polypropylene will carry a static charge and, as such,
attract dirt and dust. Consult MSDS for precautions.
B. Remove all protective masking for cabinet surfaces.
3.4 Protection of Finished Work
A. Provide all necessary protective measures to prevent exposure of the fume hood to other construction
activity during installation.
B. Advise contractor of procedures and precautions for protection of material, installed fume hood and
fixtures from damage by work of other trades.
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