Ventilated sampling hood

The ventilated sampling hood is part of the 30-minute CSD30 odour sampling system. It’s used primarily for sampling non-ventilated, odour-emitting solid or liquid area sources. When sampling liquids, floats are attached to the sides of the hood.

The hood itself is automatically ventilated by two radial fans with a constant volumetric flow. The inlet fan sucks in outside air via an exchangeable orifice and transports the air from the top into a corner of the hood through an active carbon filter.

From there, the air is distributed across the whole surface of the hood, and absorbs the emitted odourants.It is then extracted to the opposite corner by the second radial fan, via another exchangeable orifice with the same volumetric flow.

The sample for olfactometer tests (usually carried out using the CSD30 sampling system) is taken from the suction nozzles. The same volumetric flow is provided on the inlet side and the suction side.

Ventilated sampling hood

Standards

The ventilated sampling hood is fully compliant with:

  • EN 13725
  • VDI 3880

    Facts

    • For sampling on solid or liquid surfaces
    • CSD30 mountable
    • Light and easy to use
    • High-quality batteries, sufficient for about six samples per charge

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    Technical Data

    General Details
    Manufacturer
    Olfasense GmbH, Germany
    Dimension (L x W x H)
    Ready for use approx. 1030 / 530 / 250 mm
    Weight
    Depending on the design approx. 10 to 13 kg
    Material
    Al Mg 3 19 chromatised
    Warranty
    24 months (warranty extension up to 5 years through servicecontracts possible)
    Technical Specifications
    Adjusting the volumetric flow
    Exchangeable orifice on the suction side at the inlet and suction fan
    Flow approx. [m3/(m2x h)]
    30 / 15 / 7.5
    Power supply
    Lithium battery 12 V with charger
    Sampling time with CSD30
    30, 15, 10 or 5 minutes
    Power consumption
    Approx. 1 A
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