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Optimum Level for Air Flow for Custom Trays

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Custom procedure trays are now being used by many hospitals, medical clinics, and laboratories in order to minimize the cost of using conventional prepackaged trays. Although they are packed according to customer requests, they are also maintained through different methods such as sterilization, decontamination, disinfection, filtration, dilution, and pressurization

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e able to contaminate other objects through air.

However, there is no guaranty that this method can prevent custom procedure trays from being contaminated unless there are no other tools or equipment being stored along with them.

What About Dilution Method?

Dilution method is another effective way of controlling the air flow not only in storage areas but also anywhere in hospitals and laboratories. This is because natural air can easily dilute airborne diseases. The purpose of which is to drive away viruses back to the nature where many organic factors can kill such viruses.

This is done by ensuring that the area to be diluted with natural air is well-ventilated. Some hospitals and laboratories use some special type of exhaust fan. The best way to dilute airborne diseases is though air conditioning. This is the reason why some storage areas for custom procedure trays have some separate air condition devices intended only for dilution purposes.

Which Is the Best Method to Control the Air Flow for Custom Procedure Trays?

There is no perfect method of controlling the air flow in hospitals and laboratories. It depends on the condition of the area; if the area is likely contaminated, dilution and filtration are appropriate. If the place is free from contamination, pressurization works best. Nevertheless, all such methods do not kill airborne diseases as they only drive them away.

Conclusion

Custom procedure trays must be maintained and stored properly. They are not ordinary trays that can be placed anywhere. They should be free from any contamination all the time in order to keep airborne diseases from spreading through them. Therefore, controlling the level of air flow is vital.