Air Sentry® is a unique system that has been evolved alongside NHS trusts to combat air transmitted or transported disease. It is normally used as a fixed system, sited on a wall out of reach, where it produces a slow moving, whole room air current. It has been tested by the NHS air research unit in Leeds, 2010.
In 2009, during the Swine Flu outbreak, a mobile system was evolved alongside Belfast Hospital for Sick Children. This was designed to offer increased capability, manoeuvrability, whilst being as discrete in use as possible. This went into production in 2014.
The system operates against all air carried pathogens, or particles supporting them, using the same basis as hospital air requirements for UCV lamina flow canopies or isolation room air systems. It is able to offer either positive or negative pressure when installed. It uses a unique five stage filtration unit, which allows for extensive life, whilst filtering to a very high standard. The filter’s highest level is H.E.P.A 14 but overlaps to U.L.P.A 15.
It also carries defence grade activated carbon to remove chemical hazards and smells, such as laser plumes, anaesthetic agents etc.
Based in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, Airsentry® is solely focused on producing mobile units for the time being, to help protect staff and patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Below are some examples of earlier systems, which are in use currently for ICU, A&E, Burns, HIV, PICU, Isolation, Infectious Diseases, Oncology and radiology. The system has also been used for small OR areas regulated by the CQC.
Working closely with Malmesbury based Megasteel subsidiary, Sweetnam & Bradley Ltd, we have the manufacturing capability of over a 1000 units a week.
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