Hospitals

It is very important to correctly design the operating room and intensive care units described in DIN 1946/4 and other relevant standards and to choose the right filtration system. In addition to this, choosing the correct filters for air handling units for a hospital and having indoor air quality in hospitals is essential for the health of your patients, employees and visitors.

The design of the ventilation system in the hospital air-conditioning system is more complex and has more risk factor than the design of the comfort air-conditioning system. While two parameters such as temperature and humidity control are important in comfort air conditioning on the other side parameters such as pollutants, fresh air, exhaust air, air flow directions and air pressure must be taken into consideration in the case of hospital air-conditioning. The first idea of the hospital air conditioning systems, to send the clean air into the room without the particles, according to the desired Clean Room Classifications. In the offices and waiting rooms a normal air quality is sufficient, however in the largest part of the hospital a much higher air quality is desired. For example; areas such as operating rooms and the intensive care unit have the highest air quality demands. This can be achieved by choosing the correct filtrations system and using filters at various stages. In these cases, it is necessary to do correct filter selection in order to have the desired air quality.

DIN 1946/4, ISO 14644/1 and ISO 14644/3 standards are taken into consideration when designing OP rooms and intensive care areas, which are the most critical locations of hospitals. In addition, the NAFA (National Air Filtration Association) Guide to Air Filtration publication can be used in the design phase for filter selection.

OP room classes in hospitals have been described in the DIN 1946 / 4-2008 standard. In this standard, OP room classes are categorized as follows;

Room Class Ib / High requirements for the reduction of bacteria in the air

Room Class I

  • Room Class Ia / Very high requirements for the reduction of bacteria in the air
  • Room Class Ib / High requirements for the reduction of bacteria in the air

Room Class II

  • Primary task is to climate the environment, as well as air bacterial reduction effect available

It is very important to correctly design the operating room described in DIN 1946/4 and to select the appropriate filter.

The filter life is influenced by the choice of the filter at the appropriate number of, suitable capacity, suitable filtration area, suitable pre-filters  and filtration speed. Filter that selected by considering these parameters, will help to reduce operational cost by reducing the energy need

ULPATEK FILTER offers, and will continue to offer, products that provide easy maintenance and long service life to the hospitals with wide range product family, design support, cost-cutting efforts to the hospital customers with a wide range of products and over 40 years of experience.

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High Capacity HEPA Nuclear Filter

High Capacity HEPA Nuclear Filter

Designed with more specialized filter media than standard HEPA filters for the special systems in supply and exhaust air systems in industry, clean room, medical and nuclear installations.

Compact HEPA Filter with Aluminium Seperator

Compact HEPA Filter with Aluminium Seperator

Preferred in high-risk environments with production technology that allows it to operate at high temperatures (maximum 260 ° C).

High Capacity HEPA Filter V-Modul

High Capacity HEPA Filter V-Modul

Filters with the most energy saving and long filter service life, which can be use for face velocities up to 3m/s (air volumes up to 4000m³/h) with the construction allowing maximum filter surface area usage.

High Capacity HEPA Filter with Single Pleat

High Capacity HEPA Filter with Single Pleat

Protect personnel, equipment and process against airborne particles with larger filter surface area filter can be used in high airflows.

Cylindrical Filters

Cylindrical Filters

It is the preferred filter model with the construction advantages in the design phase depending on the characteristics of the process and the application, especially industrial applications and power plants.

V-Compact Filter

V-Compact Filter

V-Compact filters with high filtration area and low initial pressure drop are the most preferred filters in the second and/or third stage of the ventilation systems with the advantage of service life and low energy consumption.

Rigid Filter

Rigid Filter

Preferred filter model especially in applications such as air handling units, suction grilles due to the requirement of less filter installation area compared to the similar models.

Panel Filter

Panel Filter

Preferred filter model especially in applications such as air handling units, suction grilles due to the requirement of less filter installation area compared to the similar models.

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