Tag: hospital

  • Respiratory Viruses & Indoor HVAC Systems

    13 July 2020 respiratory virus

    The World Health Organisation (WHO) have recently acknowledged growing concerns surrounding the possible airborne transmission of the coronavirus COVID-19.  Australian medical officials are closely monitoring the outcome of pending investigations, however, there are no.

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  • In-Line HEPA Filter Servicing for Hospitals

    09 April 2020 Containment housing filter

    In-Line HEPA Filter Change-out Procedure Guidelines for Service Technicians Given the current climate and precautionary regulations in-place to reduce the spread of the coronavirus known as COVID-19, there are several highly important and potentially.

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  • Filter Servicing for PC3/PC4 Facilities

    20 March 2019 Containment housing filter

    Service Considerations for High Risk Physical Containment Facilities Before attempting to service the filters within a high risk physical containment facility (specifically PC3 or PC4 rated), there are several highly important and potentially lifesaving.

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  • NATA accredited onsite testing

    01 November 2018 Airepure NATA CST HEPA Integrity Test_landscape

    What does an Airepure NATA accredited field service technician do? NATA accredited field service technicians typically perform a range of mechanical tests relating to air quality. They perform on-site testing using prescribed Australian Standard.

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  • Air Filters for Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

    19 September 2018

    Air Filtration and its Practical Application in the Hospital Environment The essential functions of air filters are to improve indoor air quality and to protect downstream equipment and facility components.   Within hospital environments, air quality.

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  • Operating Theatre Ventilation System Design

    25 September 2017 Operating theatre ventilation

    Design Considerations for Operating Theatre Ventilation Systems There are many types of operating theatres within hospitals and healthcare facilities – all of which require a suitable “final stage of air filtration” that is dependent.

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