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The RSV Negative Pressure Ambulance is a Fully Equipped Life Support Ambulance
with A Negative Pressure Air System

The RSV Negative Pressure Ambulance is a Fully Equipped Life Support Ambulance
with A Negative Pressure Air System

Designed for the transport of patients with airborne contagious diseases.

It is fitted with a HEPA filter that traps minuscule contagions and prevents them from escaping to the environment.

The inside air pressure is kept 12Pa lower than the surrounding environment, thereby
preventing the natural flow of air from inside to outside. The air circulation system
replenishes the air twelve times within an hour.

Designed for the transport of patients with airborne contagious diseases.

It is fitted with a HEPA filter that traps minuscule contagions and prevents them from escaping to the environment.

The inside air pressure is kept 12Pa lower than the surrounding environment, thereby
preventing the natural flow of air from inside to outside. The air circulation system
replenishes the air twelve times within an hour.

How the Negative Pressure System Works

The RSV Negative Pressure Ambulance has a 

negative pressure air filtration system for

the transport of patients with airborne contagious diseases.

 

 

The air pressure inside the ambulance is kept 12Pa lower than the outer air pressure.

Due to the pressure difference, air from the inside is prevented from

escaping to the surrounding environment.

 

 

The Negative Pressure Ambulance is fitted with one or two

HEPA filters (depending on vehicle type).

HEPA or high-efficiency particulate absorbing filters, 

trap contagions as tiny as 0.3 microns, 

which include viruses and bacteria.

 

 

It is fitted with UV light emitting LED rods that disinfect the air by

breaking down a virus’ outer protein cover and rendering it inactive.

 

 

An air circulation system replenishes the air within the patient area

twelve times per hour.

The RSV Negative Pressure Ambulance has a negative pressure air filtration system for the transport of patients with airborne contagious diseases.

 The air pressure inside the ambulance is kept 12Pa lower than the outer air pressure.

Due to the pressure difference, air from the inside is prevented from escaping to the surrounding environment.

The Negative Pressure Ambulance is fitted with one or two HEPA filters (depending on vehicle type).

HEPA or high-efficiency particulate absorbing filters, trap contagions as tiny as 0.3 microns, which include viruses and bacteria.

It is fitted with UV light emitting LED rods that disinfect the air by breaking down a virus’ outer protein cover and rendering it inactive.

An air circulation system replenishes the air within the patient area twelve times per hour.

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HEPA Filter

High Efficiency Particulate Absorbing (HEPA) H14 filter.

Filter

Filter holds back 99.995% of particles as small as 0.3 microns.

air exchange

The system  exchanges air through the HEPA filter 12 times per hour.

A Negative Pressure system is used to isolate and transfer patients with airborne contagious diseases such as 

tuberculosis, measles, chickenpox, SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV, Flu, COVID-19.

A Negative Pressure system is used to isolate and transfer patients with airborne contagious diseases such as tuberculosis, measles, chickenpox, SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV, Flu, COVID-19.

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