HEPA air filters play a vital role in maintaining indoor air quality (IAQ) by reducing the fine airborne particles that can harbour bacteria and viruses – critical in many hospital settings, locations including but.
There will always be a requirement for isolation rooms within hospitals. Factors such as the rapid urbanisation of our cities, increased volume and frequency of overseas travel and the emergence of new and drug.
Considering the vast number of Hospitals and Medical Centres within Australia, one would expect that the solutions for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) would be routine. However, while the aims of good IAQ are easy.
Our NATA Technician performs HEPA filter integrity testing on a ceiling suspension type supply air HEPA filter installation within an ISO Class 8 Cleanroom. He is shown using a photometer to scan the HEPA filter to the cold.
Issues Affecting the Properties and Performance of Gel Seal HEPA Filters and the Important Intervention and Prevention Guidelines You Should Know In Australia, the use of gel seal HEPA filters has become the “default”.
There are many aspects to consider when maintaining effective air quality and freedom from contamination in Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Hospital Laboratory environments. Obvious considerations include compliance (or better) with various state and federal standards.