Ventilation assessment

Many hospitals have old ventilation systems and non-compliant critically ventilated areas such as operating theatres and ultra-clean rooms. It is extremely important that the ventilation system in these rooms are fit for purpose, run efficiently and meets the necessary requirements.  

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Older ventilation systems can degrade in performance over time, another common cause for systems failing to meet the necessary requirements is due to technological advances and the use of more sophisticated machines that in turn have a greater demand on the ventilation system. Resulting in older systems being no longer fit for purpose.

There can be significant costs involved both financially and in terms of downtime when replacing such ventilation facilities. Resulting in upgrading or refurbishment in many cases now bring the preferred option.


Ventilation upgrade and refurbishment

As part of the HVAC assessment carried out by IOM, we will assess the effectiveness of the existing system, testing if it meets the specific requirements demanded of such a system, identify any existing or potential issues and assess whether an upgrade or refurbishment of the system should be carried out.

We are also able to provide help and advice in modifying existing system layouts, assessing the changes to ventilation requirements and refurbishing of the air handling units.

Contact: Alison Parton, 01785 333215, alison.parton@iom-world.org
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