<iframe src="//www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-NFZKXK" height="0" width="0" style="display:none;visibility:hidden">

Setra Blog

home-hero.jpg
Jun 15, 2015 7:30:00 AM

Considerations For Monitoring Critical Environments

Room Pressure Monitors for protection rooms provide real-time monitoring to ensure that the protection room is in a positive pressure state and in compliance with safety regulations.  Guarantee that patients (or processes) within protection room are safe from potential contaminants existing in unfiltered air.

Room Pressure Monitors for isolation rooms provide real-time monitoring to ensure that isolation room is in a negative pressure state and in compliance with safety regulations.  Guarantee that staff and other hospital occupants are not at risk to what is contained within isolation.Building_Automation-Critical_Environments-Healthcare-1

What to Consider:

  • Does the facility have a BAS? (Building Automation System)
  • What is the required communication protocol? (BACnet, LON, analog, etc.)
  • Does the job require audible/visible alarms? Local and/or remote?
  • How many primary rooms need to monitored? Are there any secondary rooms?
  • What parameters other than pressure need to be monitored? Do they need alarms?
  • Is this a building upgrade or new construction? Are there existing sensors in place?

 

CLICK HERE to discover room pressure monitors for critical environments.

Topics: Critical Environments, Building Automation, HVAC/R

Post a Comment