Minimise the transmission of infectious disease with our comprehensive HVAC for Healthcare solution
Do you manage hospital facilities or contracts? Read on.
Until mechanically removed by specialist ventilation systems, airborne droplet nuclei and infection-carrying dust particles remain suspended in the air, circulating on air currents and slowly settling in and around hospital grounds.
Infection may then occur with inhalation by staff, patients and visitors, even those seemingly dislocated from the source of the infectious particles. Even with the departure of the infectious source, dust-borne particles contaminated by infectious agents such as dried sputum and other secretions, may build up and cause disease transmission later in time.
This is where a comprehensive heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system with reliable handling and maintenance comes to the rescue, helping to prevent hospital-associated transmission of infectious microorganisms including:
- Measles virus
- Varicella virus
- Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Comprehensive HVAC for Healthcare solution
Don’t just assume (or hope) that your airborne infection prevention or HVAC maintenance systems are running as well as they should be.
With a HVAC audit and our comprehensive HVAC for Healthcare solution, you can enjoy peace of mind and focus your newfound attention and energy where you need to most. With our proven hospital and healthcare experience, you get:
- Competitive tender rates
- Reliable HVAC system upgrades
- Competitive maintenance agreements
- Infection disease control skills and expertise
- Our knowledge and expertise of HEPA filtration in theatres
- Annual air pressurisation testing in theatres for correct air flow rates
- All compliance taken care of, with documentation provided and available via our cloud technology
Contact CFM Air today on +61 3 8786 3088 and say you want to know more about HVAC for Healthcare, or complete the form below. We look forward to safeguarding your healthcare air and supporting your colleagues, patients and their families.
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