The ECU2 Corridor Flange enables the ECU2 to function as a portable anteroom/airlock with a HEPA filtered negative air machine. By setting up directly in the corridor, the ECU2 makes use of the available space to create a large isolation area. The corridor flange seals the entryway of a hallway or ward. This prevents direct air exchange between the isolated area and general population without any building modifications. If the demand for additional isolation capacity increases, the ECU2 with the corridor flange can be quickly redeployed to increase the immediate isolation area.
The ECU2 with Corridor Flange accessory can quickly and easily be used to create a negative pressure area in a specified portion of the corridor. This separates the work zone from general population and ensures air passing into patient areas has been HEPA filtered. For replacement of corridor ceilings, wall covering, carpeting and other flooring material, the corridor flange is an effective solution which minimizes disruption of work while complying with regulations. It also increases the aesthetic of the work area and patient perception of safety.
NFPA 701 standard