휴대용 총체적 오염 제어 시스템은 모든 표준 공간을 공중 감염 격리실로 빠르게 전환합니다. (AIIR).
병원, 확장 치료 시설, 치과 진료소 및 외부 공간에 이상적입니다.
Portable Total Contamination Control System quickly converts any standard room to an Airborne Infection Isolation Room (AIIR).
Ideal for hospitals, extended care facilities, dental offices, and off-site space.
음압실 - 바이러스 및 세균 포함
Negative Pressure Room - Contain Viruses and Germs
Closing off the HVAC eliminates heating and cooling and leaves the patient and heathcare worker uncomfortable.
To create an isolated negative pressure room:
- Enclose the room
- Close off the HVAC to the room to eliminate cross contamination to other spaces
- Add ventilation that generates lower pressure than adjacent areas (negative pressure)
냉난방 시스템 - 환자/의료 종사자에게 안락한 환경을 제공합니다.
Heating & Cooling System - Provides Patient/Healthcare Worker Comfort with a comfortable environment
Can not stop the spread of the virus or kill the virus
UVC 라이트 - 바이러스 살균
UVC Light - Sterilize Viruses
UVC light will sterilize the virus and eliminates the capability for the virus to reproduce and spread.
HEPA 여과 - 공기 중 오염 물질 캡처
HEPA Filtration - Capture Airborne Contaminants
Captures the particles the virus travels on and prevents the spread of airborne virus.
Does not neutralize the virus, allowing it to jump to different particles and re-enter the room.
IsolationAir는 의료 시설이 다음을 충족하도록 지원합니다.
IsolationAir Helps Healthcare Facilities Meet:
Guidelines for COVID-19
Isolation Precautions: Preventing Transmission of Infectious Agents in Healthcare Settings
2017 – 2022 Health Care Preparedness and Response Capabilities
Objective 2: Respond to a Medical Surge
- Activity #9: Enhance Infectious Disease Preparedness and Surge Response, “Rapidly isolate patients”
- Activity #1 Develop Emergency Department and Inpatient Medical Surge Capacity and Capability
- Activity #6: Provide Burn care (IsolationAir can be set to create a positive pressure protective environment)
COVID-19 ventilation guidance
Standard 170-2017, Ventilation of Health Care Facilities
Design and Construction of Hospitals and Health Care Facilities
Originally Designed to Meet U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Critical Benchmarks
- Critical Benchmark #2-2: Surge Capacity: Isolation Capacity
- Critical Benchmark #2-9: Surge Capacity: Trauma and Burn Care
- Cross-cutting Critical Benchmark #6: Preparedness for Pandemic Influenza
THE ISOLATIONAIR SYSTEM ALSO MEETS THE GUIDELINES FOR THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS:
- CDC guidelines for infectious disease control in health care facilities
- Minimum of 12 air changes per hour via MERV17 medical-grade HEPA filters
- Use portable units as needed to augment ACH – recirculating room air
- Maintains minimum pressure differential of 0.01” (+ or – depending on the application)
- Maintains dehumidification controls
- Maintains backup ventilation – can be portable units – for emergency provision
- Ultraviolet light can be used for supplemental control
- AIA guidelines for design and construction of hospitals, incl. heating and cooling control to 75 °F
- ASHRAE – Chapter 7 in Applications Handbook regarding health care facilities