Room Pressure Monitoring

Room Pressure Monitoring is the process of measuring the pressure differential between two adjacent rooms or spaces in a building, such as a hospital or laboratory, to ensure that air is flowing correctly and that contaminants are not spreading from one area to another. It typically involves installing pressure sensors in each room and comparing the readings to determine if the pressure differential is within the desired range. Room Pressure Monitoring systems can also include alarms, alerts, and control systems to notify personnel if the pressure differential exceeds acceptable limits or to adjust the airflow to maintain the desired pressure differential. They are commonly used in industries such as healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology, where maintaining proper air quality and preventing the spread of contaminants is critical for patient and worker safety.

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