From patient conditions to the placement of diffusers and beds, many variables are involved in creating
mechanical systems for patients particularly vulnerable to contaminants. By Keith Franklin, P.E., C.I.P.E, Ildefonso Bayron, and
Jim Mistry, P.E.
Eventually, the lights will go out, or try to go out. Factors such as a hospital's equipment priorities, alternative cooling strategies, and emergency generator service must be considered when power outages occur. By James F. Newton, P.E.
Boiler Maintenance & Lifecycle Costs; Proper upkeep can seem like a high bar, but it's nothing compared to a drain on the budget, an avoidable full replacement, or an on-site incident, read more in January issue.