Control systems in hospital rooms are super helpful. These systems must regulate temperature, humidity, air exchange, and pressure levels in accordance with applicable standards and guidelines. For example, certain areas, such as operating rooms, must maintain a minimum air pressure relative to adjacent areas to prevent contamination. Hospital HVAC controls are necessary to monitor and adjust the air temperature and humidity levels in order to maintain optimal comfort for patients.
Additionally, these systems must be able to detect and alert staff to any changes in the air pressure and exchange levels, allowing for immediate corrective action if needed. Moreover, these systems must be up-to-date and compliant with the most current industry standards in order to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all patients and staff.