Definition of Exhaust hood
1. Noun. Metal covering leading to a vent that exhausts smoke or fumes.
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Literary usage of Exhaust hood
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1. HVAC and Chemical Resistance Handbook for the Engineer and Architect: A ...by Tom Arimes by Tom Arimes (1994)
"... SWITCH TOGGLE SWITCH ON exhaust hood exhaust hood DAMPER HIGHER PRESSURE ... DAMPER MOTOR exhaust hood DAMPER SIMPLE FUME exhaust hood CONTROL FIGURE 21 ..."
2. 1896 Illustrated General Catalogue of the Buffalo Horizontal and Upright by Buffalo Forge Company (1896)
"OA with the exception of being provided with the Buffalo Patented Down-draft Smoke exhaust hood. The entire forge, including hood, is of heavy cast iron. ..."
3. Annual Report by Illinois Dept. of Factory Inspection (1915)
"exhaust hood over laundry mangle 1. exhaust hood over oil furnace in forge shop 3. ... exhaust hood over monotype machine 86 16. Elevator accident 85 18. ..."
4. Safety and Health Requirements Manual: U. S. Army Corps of Engineersedited by Robert H. Griffin edited by Robert H. Griffin (1999)
"(2) Each drum sanding machine shall have an exhaust hood, or other guard if no exhaust system ... (3) Each disk sanding machine shall have the exhaust hood, ..."
5. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1919)
"For planers efficient devices are cast iron deflector guards to prevent kickbacks, also an exhaust hood of heavy steel and a deflector drawing the shavings ..."
6. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1918)
"... not less than one (1) inch for each additional foot of saw diameter. h The exhaust—hood inlet should effectively guard the sew beneath the saw table. ..."
7. Proceedings of the ... Congress by New York (State). Industrial Commission, New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1917)
"In many large plants where exhaust systems have been installed to carry off the sawdust and chips, the usual practice is to make the exhaust hood serve as a ..."