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EMERGENCY FACILITIES


The entire bottom surface of the floor


will be protected from moisture with galvanized metal sheets No. 20. For the floor module of the central hallway, 100 x 50 mm tube perimeter beams will be used and 80 x 40 mm tube straps as a support for the wooden floor. Similarly, the lower surface of this floor will be clad in galvanized metal sheet No. 20. The ceiling module will have 150 x 50 mm tubes attached to each other with 100 x 100 mm tubes at the tips and 50 x 50 mm tube straps for ceiling support. The link between modules will be


made according to module calculation and insured by welding heavy plates by joining two 100 x 100 mm structural tubes, distributed every certain distance to ensure overall stability. The same would be hidden either behind the ceiling or the composite aluminium cladding. The entire structure will be protected


from moisture with high-quality anti-rust paint and a dark grey colour.


HVAC specifications The Module 1A air conditioning system has been designed with individual air conditioning units with split inverter technology (heating and cooling), which gives them a wide range of use in extreme climates. The evaporator units have a high-


pressure centrifugal fan, constant flow control and are equipped with a HEPA- type high-efficiency terminal filter system (H13 of 99.99 per cent efficiency, in three- micron particles) in injection and return. Due to sanitary requirements, the


system was designed so that each room can be configured individually, with positive or negative pressure; by means of a digital touch control panel and blinds system before and after the fan. In this way, it tries to avoid cross-contamination. The consultants for the HVAC system are Buenos Aires company Ingeniería Global.


Electrical system The electrical system is designed with the help of Córdoba-based electrical engineers Soppe Ingeniería. Respect for AEA and IEC regulations frames the


The mobile ICUs can be used to complement traditional hospitals as well as field hospitals.


The chief doctor, pharmacy and prep rooms are located in the central area of the ICU.


process to generate a modular, functional, fast and efficient system to support the ICU. The system incorporates LED lighting,


protection for people by an impedance monitor, an IT grounding system, hospital isolating transformers, conductors free of emissions of halogen gases and the quality of use of leading brands worldwide, guarantee the proposal. This fulfils the goal of a simple and safe assembly when time is of the essence.


Due to sanitary requirements, the system was designed so that each room can be configured individually, with positive or negative pressure; by means of a digital touch control panel and blinds system before and after the fan. In this way, it tries to avoid cross-contamination


IFHE DIGEST 2021


Medical gases solution Each Module 1A has been equipped with medical bed head units that are composed with medical gases with the following features: two DISS couplings for medical oxygen gas, compressed air and vacuum.


In addition, it has Schuko and Iram


2073 electrical sockets and ground terminals pins, a cardiac arrest alarm, calls to the infirmary, support for monitor, serum holder, examination light and optional ambient light. Oxygen and air flow meters and pressure regulators are also included, as are vacuum valves and intermediate suction bottles. Outside the module, the connections


are found with bronze ball valves, one for gas, that allow connecting the Module 1A either with the general facilities previously mentioned or the gas service of the adjacent hospital or clinic. The gas pipeline between the


connection is 99.9 per cent pure electrolytic copper. The entire gas system of the module has a sealing certificate and corresponding ratings for equipment cleaning with oxygen use.


IFHE 75


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