Hospitals and health care facilities recognize the importance of protecting patients, workers, and patrons from hazards. They evaluate their ventilation systems on an ongoing basis, and work continuously to make systems and engineering controls better for improved health and safety.
High-performance electronics are increasingly being developed with built-in air velocity sensing to improve reliability, warn the user of a use-case or environmental issues, and to allow the OEM to track airflow starvation events that could mitigate product failure liabilities. DegreeC has developed cost-effective and small form factor approaches to bring a multitude of advantages to the marketplace.
A HEPA filter, high-efficiency particulate air filter, is used to describe a filter that exhibits a minimum efficiency of 99.97% at a test aerosol diameter of 0.3 micrometers, assuring a high level of protection against the transmission of airborne diseases. HEPA filtration is widely applied in laboratory, pharmaceutical, and healthcare environments, as well as in HVAC systems in commercial buildings and industrial facilities.
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