Lunos Hospitals

Cleaner air in all healthcare facilities with Lunos Ventilation Technology

Airflow and ventilation are critical in healthcare facilities and nursing homes. As a facility dedicated to caring for those who require care while contagious, properly planned and engineered ventilation can considerably limit the spread of airborne diseases and infections, ensuring the safety of caregivers, other patients, hospital workers, and visitors.

Healthcare facilities that are not adequately vented, designed, or controlled might allow airborne diseases to spread throughout the institution. Hospital patients with impaired immune systems and a higher susceptibility to infection are more likely to become infected and spread infections to the rest of the hospital.

According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), around 80,000 patients, or one in every 18 patients in a European hospital, have at least one healthcare-associated infection on any given day.

LUNOS Decentralised Ventilation Systems For Hospitals and Nursing Homes

Hospitals have a particularly high energy demand and hence there is a significant need for energy-saving measures in that building sector. Energy reductions in hospitals must be done cautiously so that patients, employees, and visitors safety and comfort are not compromised. However, maintaining both indoor air quality and patients safety while reducing energy use is still achievable with Partel Supplied LUNOS Decentralised Systems.

Ductless, compact, energy-efficient and quiet decentralised LUNOS solutions with heat recovery can be utilised in all sorts of hospital rooms, large or small. LUNOS MVHR units doesn't just get rid of stale moist air with new dry air; it also filters it. A healthy environment is always maintained by using this filtration method. In addition, their high-standards filters help to avoid the spread of possible contamination and viruses. Their energy-efficient EC motors, which consume little energy, are easy to adjust and are quiet when in use. 

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LUNOS e260

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How can we help?

Here at Partel, we provide a free ventilation design and consultancy service, and  are committed to giving our customers in the health sector with best range of low energy, ultra-quiet mechanical extract ventilation systems solutions.

If you want us to build a ventilation strategy for your hospital, come to your hospital to examine your ventilation needs, or simply learn more about how you may optimize your hospital's ventilation, please feel free to reach out to us.

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Nursing Homes Should Rethink Ventilations' Role

Residents of nursing homes commonly spend the vast majority of their time indoors where they are exposed to indoor air pollutants for long periods of time.

As the number of elderly citizens begins to steadily increase, it is important to provide them with healthy indoor environments, including optimal indoor to help prevent chronic diseases, respiratory problems, and other debilitating health effects from airborne pollution.

To combat this effort ventilation systems may need to be implemented into their indoor environments, such as nursing homes and assisted living facilities to control airborne pollution levels quickly and effectively.

Technical Knowledge

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Indoor Air in Hospitals and Nursing Homes require more attention

LEIBNIZ INSTITUTE FOR TROPOSPHERIC RESEARCH provides recommendations on how to reduce the SARS-COV-2 aerosols dispersals in hospitals and nursing homes. 

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Strategies for healthy Indoor Air Qualities in Hospitals Environment

Addressing hospital indoor air quality is important in order to ensure the health of everyone, especially considering the fact that many people within a hospital environment are vulnerable.

Hospitals are the backbone of health care delivery system in any country; this again highlights that maintaining a healthy IAQ demands an immediate attention of hospital authorities towards taking the necessary measures to maintain a sound and healthy atmosphere for the patients, healthcare workers and others.

If the layout of the hospital limits your options for a decentralised ventilation units for some reason, worry not, we also provide centralised ventilation systems, with heat recovery via heat exchangers providing constant air flow. Equally, the system meets strict requirements for air flow, draughts, noise and energy efficiency.

Do you want more information about centralised system? Visit our centralised ventilation systems page to know more or fill in the form below and we'll get back to you.

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