Local extractors (so-called extraction arms) are a popular solution used in many modern laboratories. They allow precise positioning of the suction nozzle (canopy) at the location from where the air (fumes) needs to be extracted. Durable extraction arms can be configured in a variety of ways, depending on the height of the room, the size of the laboratory tables and the devices that emit vapours. The type of vapour (non-aggressive, aggressive, flammable) determines the design of the extraction arms (standard, chemically resistant, antistatic). Depending on the required amount of extracted air, local exhaustion is available with pipe diameters: 50, 63, 75, 100 mm. Easy installation and high efficiency make these solutions more and more popular among customers.