Compressed Air Systems for Healthcare

Publisher: ERDMAN

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Compressed Air Systems for Healthcare

Compressed air systems are often an afterthought in healthcare. Equipment requiring compressed air is often limited and areas needing it are usually localized. Moreover, compressed air is not a life safety system like medical air is; therefore, it is not held to the same quality standards. Still, compressed air is needed in almost all healthcare projects where surgery and sterile processing occur — it is a necessary system for both.