negative air machines, Infection Control

Why Mold Abatement Requires Negative Air Pressure & HEPA Filtration

Posted by HEPACART on Dec 23 2019 04:00 PM

The Institute of Medicine has linked inhaled mold spores to coughing, wheezing, and asthma. How can dangerous mold be safely eliminated? Molds are members of the fungi kingdom. Estimates of the number of species of molds range from 50,000 to...

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negative air machines, hospital construction

Frequently Asked Questions About AnteRooms

Posted by HEPACART on May 1 2019 02:23 PM

There is always a steady need for tools that can aid with infection control during hospital construction projects. In order to protect patient safety and ensure that contaminated air is not spread around healthcare facilities, there needs to be...

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How to Use a Negative Air Machine in Hospital Renovations

Posted by HEPACART on Mar 31 2017 03:10 PM

Any renovation is a messy job. Whether you’re replacing a bathroom sink or revamping an entire hospital wing, renovation is going to create a lot of dust, debris, and in the case of a healthcare environment, a lot of germs. While it’s not possible...

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Why the MERV Rating on Your Negative Air Machine Matters

Posted by HEPACART on Aug 3 2015 03:09 PM

A negative air machine is an integral part of any complete dust containment strategy, whether used separately or in conjunction with a portable dust containment cart. But how do you know if the one you choose is working as effectively as possible?...

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