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The way that air-handling units (AHUs) are designed and deployed will play a major part in the UK’s concerted drive to improve the health and wellbeing of building occupants, argues James Henley, Product Development manager at Daikin Applied UK.
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Ben Cohen, Building Services Now, explains how the BSN team worked collaboratively with Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust in response to COVID-19, by providing alterations and improvements to the existing facilities to help segregate patients.
A software system which helps heating and cooling system designers make more accurate engineering calculations using ‘dynamic simulation’ to show how their installation will perform under ‘real-world’ conditions has been deployed at an Essex hospital
With the advancement of technologies, and the need for greater accountability, John Prendergast, senior Decontamination engineer, , discusses the current training systems for engineers working on equipment used to decontaminate medical devices.
An in-depth look at the importance of insulation monitoring in protecting both medical staff and patients in operating theatres and other Group II medical facilities.