The primary focus of our company is to develop and market products that have a measurable sustainability impact on our planet.
By definition, Technology is the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes. Smart Labhood Solutions develops products that leverage technology while preserving the environment it is intended to enhance. This co-existence between technology and the environment cultivates sustainable advancement through discovery and eco-consciousness.
Thank you for visiting our site. We urge you to review our entire web site to learn more about us and the products that we provide. Our featured product is the EcoDenser. Learn how this dynamic product can make a significant difference in your laboratory.
A uniquely designed heat exchanger system that is installed in-line with a lab hood condenser used to cool chemical reactions for an experiment. Chilled water (from the building or portable units) flows through the EcoDenser, cooling the fluid (16 oz.) within the closed system before it traverses through condenser. This approach can save a lab hundreds of thousands of gallons of water per year, per hood.
A must have device within lab hoods performing chemical experiments. I will never spec out a hood drain again.
I believe in this solution. The benefits of this device will not only help avoid major water damage in a lab, but the cost savings in water and sewer should provide more than adequate return on investment.
A necessary solution to address EPA, water waste and flood damage concerns within a facility
Samuel is Founder, President and CEO of three companies: Smart Labhood Solutions Inc. (SLS), Elite Custom Solutions LLC (ECS), and Elite Knowledge Solutions LLC (EKS). ECS provides technology services (Design, Development, Manufacturing, Service and Support to clients. EKS is dedicated to supporting Entrepreneurs take their ideas from concept to market. Prior to founding these companies, Samuel worked for IBM for 29 years, managing and leading worldwide teams to deliver innovative, custom solutions. Samuel's work in creating and leading these solutions paved the way for the formation of a new IBM division in 2002 called, Engineering and Technology Services in which he was the Director of Systems Solutions. Samuel enjoys sports, music and spending time with his family.
The video represents an initial priming of the EcoDenser. Every time an experiment is changed out, crimp the water lines to avoid draining the unit. This should allow for expedited priming