Hospital Air Conditioning
An air handling unit, also referred to as an AHU, is a system of various components housed in a large, accessible box-shaped unit called a module. The module houses the appropriate ventilation requirements for the air-conditioning, purifying, or renewing of the air in an indoor space.
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Apart from the role HVAC plays in creating a comfortable and safe environment for ICU patients and staff, HVAC also plays a crucial role in determining infection rates.
The essential function of HVAC is to heat and cool air, humidify, and dehumidify air as well as filter and distribute air.
All of the above functions result in an overall conditioning of air, which helps prevent contamination and cross-contamination from occurring.
Although the new Omicron Variant is still being studied by medical professionals, one thing is clear about it and that is that it is more transmissible than its predecessors. What this means is that positive cases are quickly on the rise and, naturally, the world is panicking despite the notably milder symptoms experienced by those infected with SARS-CoV-2 Omicron.
Our expertise in air conditioning extends to the technology required for a number of different medical spaces. This includes pharmacies, clinics, surgeries, hospitals and vets and dentist air conditioning needs.
Medical air conditioners are essential for hospitals as they cover large spaces, and are perfect for heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
It may not be the reason why patients begin to heal, however, clean air and good conditions always make a difference when someone is in pain or trying to recover.
Air Options is proud to be a part of the process of healing, providing hospitals and medical facilities with air conditioners which have a number of benefits in these spaces.
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