Airflow, air change rates, temperature, and room pressurization are critical for all healthcare facilities. Isolation
rooms, exam rooms, operating rooms, nuclear medicine, central sterile, and in-hospital pharmacies all require testing and to maintain proper conditions and peace of mind. Increasingly patient rooms,
recovery rooms, emergency department and other spaces in a hospital need directional airflow to control airborne pathogens. The history of guideline revisions published by the American Society for
Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has demonstrated an evolution of airflow requirements that continually increase the need
for pressurized spaces.
dL Flow Tech employs certified, experienced technicians to measure airflow in your healthcare facility. Whether to maintain internal audits or to maintain certifications, we understand the importance, and the sensitive nature of a healthcare environments. Our detailed reports outline the air flow movements including pressures, air exchange rates, temperature and humidity.