Surgery Room Automatic Sliding Doors
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• Automatic surgery room doors: It has become inevitable to use antibacterial materials in every part of the modern hospital structure. Monador Automatic Door Systems has developed 300s system by considering the experience and knowledge gained from intensive hospital applications and universal requirements and demands of health sector. As a result of the high performance and durability obtained, the 300s system has become the primary preference of both private and public hospitals. Since such doors are generally opened by proximity sensor (hand sensor) or elbow buttons placed on the wall for protection of sterilization, it is preferred that the opening element be moved to one side to remain close to the door. However, when single-wing applications are not feasible, double-wing applications are also available.
• Side sliding automatic stretcher transfer door: In principle, it has the same features as the automatic surgery room doors. Unlike the operating room doors, after opening the wing, there is a fixed compartment in the door passage space which functions as a stretcher transfer function. The stretcher transfer compartment is made of the same materials as the opening wing and does not impair the functional and visual integrity of the door. The purpose of using stretcher transfer compartments is to prevent pedestrian traffic from semi-sterile to fully sterile. In this way, the bacterial particles that can be transported from the semi-sterile area to the sterile area by means of clothing remain at the lowest level and the stretcher can be transferred to the transfer vehicle located in the sterile area over the separator manufactured according to the length of the stretcher transfer vehicle. Although the stretcher transfer compartments are stable, they can also be opened in special cases (eg in the case of repair, maintenance or transfer of medical equipment and supplies).