Currently, there are many hospitals, operating rooms and clean rooms opened. According to the development of the economy, human living needs require modern equipment to serve. For operating rooms in hospitals, the requirement to have sterile space for surgical operations is essential, so the air conditioning system is built to regulate. weather condition (temperature, humidity), cleanliness, pressure to suit each area in the hospital.
The indoor units are placed in the corridor to avoid noise and repair problems
Areas that do not require high cleanliness such as clinics, ambulances, ... these areas are comfortably air conditioned. With the increasing scale, the use of local air-conditioners becomes unattractive and takes up a lot of outside space due to too many outdoor units. The VRV IV system was introduced to meet the needs of use, combined with an intelligent energy management system (BMS) that helps control air-conditioning operation and manage energy consumption. Operating parameters, graphs showing energy consumption at different times of the day are saved for easier management. The ventilation system installed in crowded patient rooms will help cool the fresh wind (natural wind) to reduce the energy consumption of the air conditioner.
For small-scale hospitals, the use of local air-conditioning combined with Inverter technology brings a huge savings. According to the actual survey of the Energy Conservation Center of Ho Chi Minh City at 2 hospitals, 115 People's Hospital - Ho Chi Minh City and Viet Duc Hospital - Hanoi (2 participating hospitals) found that, The current status of using air conditioners here is that most of the existing machines are old technology generation, no inverter with low efficiency of air conditioner, the machines are in old condition with the average life expectancy of over 6 years. . Therefore, the investment in technological innovation for existing air-conditioning systems with inverter air conditioning technology will help hospitals save 35% in electricity costs and contribute to improving the green air environment. clean in the hospital.
For operating rooms designed according to standard air conditioning for operating rooms. The air entering the operating room must be clean, so it will be passed through the filter equipment to make the fan head very large. The air in the operating room must be controlled in terms of temperature and humidity, and requires little maintenance that causes the system to Chiller Water is given first priority.
Usually the water chiller is located in the engine room in the basement or on the terrace, the cooled water goes to the FCU, AHU clusters to cool the air in the room. FCUs usually have a small head, so the air flow through the filters will cause a large loss of head. To handle this case we use a product Fan Filter Unit (FFU) or box HEPA filter
FFU is a fan integrated unit that comes with a HEPA filter and filter cartridge, usually located on a clean room ceiling. Box material can be made of galvanized steel, powder coated or stainless steel. Stainless steel mask hole. The FFU can be mounted directly to the ceiling in a stand-alone format or it can be combined with a cold-blown chamber system that produces straight airflow for high-grade clean rooms (classes: 10, 100, 1,000)
There are two main types: Replace HEPA filters in rooms and on technical ceilings. The air flow can be adjusted by adjusting the fan speed. Use AC or EC power.
Unlike conventional HEPA filter cartridges, Fan Filter Unit - FFU has many advantages such as: The product has built-in exhaust fan, taking outdoor air directly without going through the fresh air filter system. other. With conventional hepa filter, you must go through a fresh air filter system such as FCU or AHU, ...
If you are in need of air conditioning for a hospital, clean room or operating room, please contact us immediately SAVA M&E Joint Stock Company (SAVA M&E) for free design advice.
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