Convertable Negative Pressure Unit
Negative pressure isolation ward is defined as a ward with a pressure difference between the inside and outside of the ward. The pressure inside of the ward is lower than the outside pressure, therefore air inside the ward cannot escape to the outside. This design helps to prevent the contaminated air in the ward from escaping to the outside.
When an indoor exhaust purification unit (EHU) is applied in a ward without exhaust system, part of the indoor contaminated air can be recirculated and absorbed to the purification unit, while part of the indoor contaminated air can be exhausted after purification to maintain the ward in a negative pressure condition. The indoor exhaust purification unit uses primary and HEPA filter to capture the dust particles carrying viruses and microbes.
Negative pressure applications
Multiple operating modes: indoor air recirculation and exhaust
Performance and Parameters
This unit combines 3 separate filters with variable fan speeds to meet the needs of various industries such as medical and clean room applications.
Operation Conditions and Replacement
This unit is designed to operate at temperatures between 10ºC-45ºC and less than 90% relative humidity.
Based on this unit's performance and properties, it is best used applications related to the following industries: