Turbulent airflow – for 5 to 50 CFU/

Supplying air at ceiling level with a relatively high impulse is standard practice in operating rooms. This approach keeps the concentration of contaminants evenly distributed throughout the area. Turbulent airflow works according to the dilution principle: the greater the airflow, the cleaner the space.

In principle, air can be supplied any which way as fresh influx is effectively mixed with old.

Two examples:

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In either case, the operating room should be supplied with ultra-clean air, which then evacuates the “old” air via exhausts in the wall.

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