Medical Construction & Design

JUL-AUG 2018

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MCDM AG.COM | J U LY/AUGUST 2018 | Medical Construction & Design 63 Products Modular Wall Partition Offers Visual, Acoustic Space Division Kirei USA has launched the latest wall partition spatial problem-solver — EchoScreen Rolling Track. A modular solution for visual and acous- tic space division, the track may be hung from the ceiling or mounted to nearly any wall sur- face individually or in groups to segment space. Beyond the standard designs, panels can be custom printed and cut in a variety of 20 neutral and vibrant colors. Panels measure 94 inches tall by 46 inches wide and are made from a combination of recycled polyethylene terephthalate and aluminum by Woven Image, the maker of EchoPanel products distributed in North America by Kirei. Components can be reused or recycled at the end of life, contributing to LEED points. ID#112 New Direct-to-Deck Acoustic Solution Available Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions offers an expanded portfolio of acoustical solu- tions that maintain the design integrity of exposed structure environments and inte- grate acoustical panels to control noise. The expanded portfolio of exposed structure designs includes a variety of Spotlight acoustic solutions suspended below the deck. When installed in a way that covers 5-50 percent of the deck, acoustic solutions such as canopies, clouds, baffl es or blades signifi cantly reduce reverberation time in exposed structure spaces because they absorb sound from all sides of the panels. In large, open environ- ments where speech privacy is not a key requirement, these types of solutions provide both acoustics and aesthetics for exposed structure designs. ID#113 ACOUSTICS FLOORING New Flooring Line Features Colorful, High- Performing Resilient Tile Patcraft has introduced its latest colorful resilient tile collection, CMYK. This visually textured LVT tile features a smooth, high-per- formance surface to help designers transform spaces within the built environment. CMYK is off ered in a range of 24 vibrant colors and versa- tile neutral tones to support branding, wayfi nd- ing, color blocking and mixing vision. Planks feature a 20 mil wear layer. This fl ex- ible and durable product is treated with a top coat that off ers scratch resistance, improved ease of maintenance and polish-optional maintenance. ID#111 LIGHTING Energy-Effi cient Troffers Designed to Reduce Light Sensitivity, Fatigue LG Electronics USA is introducing energy- effi cient LED lighting troffers with new LG "Safe Blue" technol- ogy — designed to help reduce light sensitivity, eye strain and fatigue. The technology reduces the amount of blue light wavelengths common in conventional LED and standard light- ing options. This solu- tion can help improve occupant comfort in various commercial set- tings such as hospitals. The troffers with Safe Blue technology can also be programmed to customiz- able light levels, allowing for increased energy savings and to set the ideal light levels. ID#114 Task Light Features Sleek Design, Antimicrobial Coating The Carelite LED Task Light from Modular Services Company has a sleek compact design that makes it perfect for task lighting applica- tions for ambulatory surgery centers, urgent care centers, patient rooms, long-term care facilities and other professional settings. Ergonomic positioning handle, dimming, con- venient on/off switch and integrated "night-watch" observation light are important features that make this light versatile and easy to operate. The light's all-metal construction can be cleaned with any detergent or disinfectant. The task light is protected by SteriTouch antimicrobial powder coating to prevent the growth of bacteria, biofi lm and mold. ID#115

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