Hospitals and outpatient facilities serve a critical need in global communities. They provide emergency care for the sick, but we also rely on them as a safe zone for treating communicable diseases and keeping the public safe. Pressurized rooms in these special buildings are designed to contain dangerous airborne contaminants, such as tuberculosis, aspergillus, and vaporized cough. When properly pressurized, these rooms protect the most vulnerable patients, and allow healthcare staff to safely treat highly infectious cond
November 03, 2014
Pressure Sensors In Critical Environments
One of the most important decision that mechanical designers, engineers, and architects can make is the selection of a low-differential pressure transducer for critical-care ventilation. These transducers perform precise monitoring and contamination control of isolation-room pressures in critical environments. Pressures can be either positive for protective isolation, or negative for airborne infectious isolation control.
Selecting a low-differential pressure transducer for critical-care ventilation is one of the most important decisions mechanical designers, engineers and architects can make. These transducers perform precise monitoring and contamination control of isolation-room pressures in critical environments. Properly selected and installed, they help prevent the spread of communicable diseases like tuberculosis (TB).