• sluices constitute a hermetic barrier separating the clean zone for hospital medical personnel from the so-called dirty, infectious zone. They consist of 2 hermetic sluices separated by three pairs of sealed doors with underpressure inside, preventing pathogens from entering the outside. Additionally, one of the sluice is equipped with a mat emitting IR and UV radiation, which has a virucidal effect and effectively protects against the entry of pathogens into the clean zone of the hospital. The sluice ensures the safety of all persons by protecting patients and medical staff against contact with air contaminated with pathogenic microorganisms.

• supply and exhaust ventilation provides the highest standards of air cleanliness in the room and outside by 12-fold air exchange within 1 hour and the use of laminar diffusers and HEPA filters of the highest class H14 for supply and exhaust of isolation air.

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