ISOLATIONAIR® PORTABLE CONTAMINATION CONTROL SYSTEM FOR AIIR ㅣ AIR INNOVATIONS

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IsolationAir®는 병원, 확장 치료 시설 및 비상 대비 센터에 이상적인 휴대용 오염 제어 시스템입니다. 이 시스템은 격리된 방에서 멸균 환경을 유지하여 시설의 나머지 부분에 걸쳐 교차 오염을 방지하여 환자와 직원에게 더 나은 환경을 만듭니다.

IsolationAir에는 온보드 HEPA 여과, UV 살균 및 덕트 연결 장치가 장착되어 있습니다. 이 시스템은 표준 크기의 병실을 음압 또는 양압 환경으로 신속하게 변환할 수 있습니다. IsolationAir는 병원이 준비 및 대응 차관보실에서 능력 4 의료 급증 목표 2를 충족하고 해결할 수 있도록 지원합니다.

  • 활동 #9 감염병 대비 및 급증 대응 강화
  • 활동 #6 의료 급증 대응 중 화상 치료 제공
  • 활동 #1 응급실 및 입원환자 의료 서지 역량 및 역량 개발
  • [신속하게… 비전통적인 공간을 사용하여 즉각적인 침대 가용성을 보장합니다.
  • 크리티컬 케어: 크리티컬 케어를 위한 영역을 적응시켜 신속하게 용량 확장]

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재고 없을시 최대 60일

알려진 기술을 배포하기 쉬운 휴대용 장치에 결합

  • 재순환 공기를 통한 부유 미립자 제거를 위한 HEPA 여과
  • HEPA 필터에 갇힌 공기 중 바이러스 및 박테리아를 살균하는 데 도움이 되는 자외선 C(UVC) 광선
  • 음 또는 양의 압력 제어
    • 공중감염 격리실(COVID-19, TB, SARS, 천연두 등)은 음압이 필요합니다.
    • 보호 환경(화상, 면역 억제)에는 양압이 필요합니다.
  • 온도 제어 – 방이 중앙 시스템에서 격리됨
  • UVC 및 HEPA 여과를 모두 통과한 공기만 병원 HVAC로 반환됩니다.

IsolationAir®는 신규 또는 리노베이션에 대한 CDC, AIA 및 ASHRAE 지침을 준수합니다.

  • HEPA 필터를 통한 시간당 12번의 공기 교체
  • 각 IsolationAir 장치는 8′ 천장이 있는 최대 375제곱피트의 객실을 조절합니다.
  • 방과 인접 공간 사이의 최소 0.01인치의 압력 차이
    (문 주변에 추가 밀봉이 필요할 수 있거나 문이 제대로 밀봉되지 않은 큰 방의 기타 심각한 누출 지점이 필요할 수 있음)
  • 비상발전기 콘센트에 꽂아도 계속 작동
  • 환자의 편안함을 위한 안정적인 온도 제어 제공
  • 원래 미국 보건 복지부의 중요한 벤치마크를 충족하도록 설계되었습니다.
    • 중요 벤치마크 #2-2: 서지 용량: 격리 용량
    • 중요 벤치마크 #2-9: 급증 용량: 외상 및 화상 치료
    • 포괄적인 중요 벤치마크 #6: 유행성 인플루엔자에 대한 대비

Negative Pressure Environment

Positive Pressure Environment


IsolationAir® is a portable contamination control system ideal for hospitals, extended care facilities, and emergency preparedness centers. This system maintains a sterile environment in an isolated room, which prevents cross-contamination throughout the rest of the facility— creating a better environment for patients and staff.

IsolationAir is equipped with on-board HEPA filtration, UV sterilization, and ductwork connections. This system is capable of quickly converting a standard-sized patient room into a negative or positive pressure environment. IsolationAir helps hospitals meet and address Capability 4 Medical Surge Objective 2 in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response:

  • Activity #9 Enhance Infectious Disease Preparedness & Surge Response
  • Activity #6 Provide Burn Care during a Medical Surge Response
  • Activity #1 Develop Emergency Department and Inpatient Medical Surge Capacity and Capability
  • [Ensure Immediate Bed Availability by rapidly… using non-traditional spaces;
  • Critical Care: rapidly expand capacity by adapting… areas for critical care]

Combining known technologies into an easy-to-deploy portable unit

  • HEPA filtration for airborne particulate removal via recirculated air
  • Ultraviolet C (UVC) light to aide in sterilizing airborne viruses and bacteria trapped in the HEPA filter
  • Pressure control either negative or positive
    • Airborne Infection Isolation Rooms (COVID-19, TB, SARS, smallpox, etc.) require negative pressure
    • Protective Environments (burn, immuno-suppressed) require positive pressure
  • Temperature control – the room becomes isolated from the central system
  • Only air having passed through both UVC and HEPA filtration will be returned to hospital HVAC

IsolationAir® meets CDC, AIA and ASHRAE guidelines for new or renovation

  • 12 air changes per hour via HEPA filters
  • Each IsolationAir unit conditions rooms up to 375 sqft with an 8’ ceiling
  • Pressure differential of 0.01” minimum between room and adjoining spaces
    (May require additional seals around doors or other significant leak points in large rooms with poorly sealed doors)
  • Continuous operation when plugged into emergency generator outlet
  • Provides stable temperature control for patient comfort
  • Originally designed to meet the 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
Technical Data & Standard Features
Capabilities Cooling Capacity Nominal 1/4-ton (3,000 BTU/H) R-134a refrigerant
Heating Capacity Optional 1 kW electric heating element
Final Filtration HEPA 99.97% efficient in trapping 0.3 microns particles; MERV 17 rating; All-recirculated and exhausted air is HEPA treated.
Wood (for incineration) or aluminum frame options
Pre-Filter Washable media @ 10 pores per inch
Room Airflow 12 air exchanges per hour minimum via HEPA filters; ACH based on maximum room size 375 SF with 8-foot high ceiling
Condenser Airflow Exhausted to return air grille or directly outside
UV-C Lights Dual, 36-watt bulbs upstream of HEPA
Sound Level 59db(A) 6’ from the unit at bed height
Ambient Range Unit is not designed to operate in ambient conditions over 90°F
Controls Temperature Control Set point range 65-80°F; user adjustable; electronic controller
Hour Meter Total run time
Service Light Flashing indicator light at service intervals
On/Off Switch Rocker
Utilities Electric 110 Volts / 1 Phase / 60 Hz; 15 amps
Condensate 32-ounce internal bottle (no drain connections are required)
Physical Dimensions 30” deep x 20” wide x 48” tall
Weight 125 pounds
Cabinet Powder coated aluminum, white
Power Cord Factory-installed LCDI cord (leakage current detection inter-rupter), rated for 15 amp protection
Casters 4” wheels, front locking
Sample Field Performance Data Single room – 125 sqft (3.5평) Double room – 288 sqft (8평)
Air Changes per Hour 36 16
Negative Pressure Control -0.034” to –0.052” note 1 -0.01” to –0.017” note 1
Positive Pressure Control +0.015” to +0.022” note 1 +0.003” to +0.011” note 1
Particle Reduction (0.5μ/ft3)note 3 6,480 to 225 in 2 hours 34,254 to 1,630 in 3 hours
Temperature Control 70F +/- 1.5F 75F +/- 1.5F note 2
Note on sample field performance data Technical data results based on Alpha Test performed at SUNY Upstate Medical University, February 14, 2005
Air Innovations makes no guarantees that these test results can be duplicated in any similar sized space; many variables such as room leakage and initial airborne contamination levels can affect IsolationAir’s performance
Note 1: – Pressure measured as a differential between patient room and adjoining hallway
– Highest values are based on results with additional temporary door seals, lowest figures are without any additional seals
Note 2: – AIA recommends temperature control capability of at least 75F; testing was conducted to that point, could have also held 70F
Note 3: – Room particle counts based on measuring total particle concentration of 0.5 micron particles per cubic foot of room air, tests done with a laser particle counter positioned over patient bed, room was unoccupied during test