|Type||Positive Pressure Module|
|Air filtration||HEPA filters, etc.|
An isolation facility aims to control the airflow in the room so that the number of airborne infectious particles is reduced to a level that ensures cross-infection of other people within a healthcare facility is highly unlikely.
This may be achieved by:
Control of the quantity and quality of intake or exhaust air.
Maintain different air pressures between adjacent areas.
Designing airflow patterns for specific clinical procedures.
Diluting infectious particles with large air volumes.
Air filtration – HEPA filters, etc.
Isolation facilities include the following types:
Neutral or standard room air pressure, for example standard air conditioning, also known as Class S
Positive room air pressure where an immune-compromised patient is protected from airborne transmission of any infection, Class P
Negative room air pressure, where others are protected from any airborne transmission from a patient who may be an infection risk, Class N
Negative room air pressure with additional barriers including an Anteroom, also known as Class Q for quarantine isolation.
Isolation rooms have fairly high rates of air exchange relative to other patient areas. This applies to both ventilation air supply and exhaust flow rates. Potential draughts within the patient room can result, therefore thermal comfort of the patient needs special attention. Consideration should be given to installing individual thermostats in each room so that air temperature and relative humidity can be controlled from within the room.
Type of Pressurization
Class S (Standard pressure)
Class N (Negative Pressure)
- 15 PA
- 30 PA
Class P (Positive Pressure)
Class P with negative pressure
- 15 PA
+ 30 PA
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|Particle Retention||0.3 micron|
|Illumination||750 - 800 lumen.|
|Noise Level||60-70 decibels|
|Velocity||90FPM + 20%.|
|Power supply||230v Single Phase|
|Thickness||20 - 30 mm, Customized|
|Material||Polyurethane Foam, Pre-coated Galvanized Steel|
|Surface Finishing||Paint Coated|
Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs for short) are a highly durable type of building material with excellent thermal performance. The compact, flat panels are made by sandwiching together different, composite materials to create a product that is robust and air-tight, thus providing superior insulation. Being lightweight, Structural Insulated Panels can be put together to create the walls, floor and roof of a modular building off-site before being transported to their final location.
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· Laminating Material
Pre-coated Galvanized Steel
Our high-quality, pre-painted, galvanized steel is corrosion resistant and can be used for all cold storage applications. Higher thicknesses
Graphite-reinforced plastic (GRP) sheet can be used in corrosive chemical processing areas and also in food-processing zones.
|Electrical Supply V||220 V|
|Pressure Differential||2.5 to 8 Pa|
Immunocompromised patients highest risk of infection by airborne or waterborne microorganisms
Eg. highest risk groups are: prolonged periods of severe neutropenia (absolute neutrophil count >/=500 cells/ml)), BMT recipients, post intensive chemotherapy (eg.childhood AML), post-solid organ transplant
Positive pressure room specifications
Greater supply than exhaust air
Pressure differential of 2.5, 8 Pa, preferably 8 Pa
Positive air flow relative to the corridor (i.e. air flows from the room to the outside adjacent space)
HEPA filtration, if air returned