Medical Construction & Design

JAN-FEB 2015

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Products CONSTRUCTION No Measuring, Cutting Required for Reusable 'Green' Dust Barrier Panel System ZipWall has introduced ZipFast Reusable Barrier Panels for use with its spring-loaded poles and ac- cessories. The machine-washable panels are made of tough opaque nylon and feature sewn-in, heavy-duty zippers. Unlike plastic, ZipFast panels re- quire no measuring or cutting, allowing the construction of a dust barrier of up to 12 feet high and as wide as needed. The panels come in multi-packs, which include three 5-foot wide panels and one 2.5-foot panel that can serve as an entryway and a carry bag. Panels also come in single packs. A Class A fl ame retardant version is available. The non-fl ame-retardant panels have a 10-year limited warranty. ID#109 ZipFast Reusable Barrier Panels CompView Medical, manufacturer of NuBOOM, an equipment manager, visualization and ergonomic boom system, debuts its latest NuBOOM design, the M2u and M4u, fully featured for the needs of cost-conscious interventional radiology applications. The NuBOOM is designed to provide an alternative, lower cost approach for construction of interventional radiology operating rooms where high-defi nition visualization and radiation exposure protection are standards of care. It supports up to three booms for display suspension, radiation shields and surgical luminaires, eliminating ceiling construction. Its touch-screen control system enables access to fl uoro, ultrasound, vitals, EMR, MIS cameras, PACS and other inputs. ID#111 RADIOLOGY New Designs Available For Ergonomic Boom System, Equipment Manager CHARTING SYSTEM User-Centric Patient Charting System Ergonomic, Functional and Reliable Modular Services Company announces two new patient charting products in the APTUS product line: The APTUS Cart and APTUS Laptop Arm. The new patient charting options are designed to meet the demand for ergonomic products that enable both quick and easy management of technology within healthcare settings. The APTUS Cart makes mobile charting more fi tting to the user. With an actuator handle to allow for effortless adjustment in height, a small footprint and a lightweight design, this cart is ideal for transitioning from sitting to standing and space to space. The APTUS Laptop Arm enables a laptop to be secured to the tray with a quick-connect locking bar. The tray fl ips up and the arms fully retract when not in use for minimal storage. ID#110 FIXTURES Wall Lavatory Package Offers Hands-Free, Space- Effi cient Solution For Healthcare Spaces Just Manufacturing's Commercial Grade Wall Lavatory "hands-free" Sensor Packages of er infection control method- ologies, while advancing cleanliness and compliance. Surface fi nishes are fully blended and non- porous. All bowls are undercoated to insulate for sound and to absorb condensa- tion. The design of the pack- ages is ideal for corner installa- tions. In addition, the commercial ADA- compliant lavatory packages are manu- factured from newly milled stainless steel coils with 90 percent recycled product content from domestic mills. ID#112 FLOORING Flooring Line Features Less Fillers, Refreshed Colors Mipolam Accord, Mipolam Elegance, Mi- polam Esprit and Mipolam Symbioz make up Gerfl or's Mipolam Medical line of fl oor- ing. The healthcare solutions are 0.08 inches (2 mm) thick monolayer homo- geneous vinyl fl ooring, and are avail- able in six-foot, six-inch-wide sheets. The fl ooring line features less fi ll- ers than the industry standard to provide superior resistance to heavy traffi c, from heavy permanent equipment to wheeled traffi c and hospital beds. In addition, 112 newly refreshed colors feature beiges, grays and zesty accent colors. ID#113 JA N UA RY/ F EBRUA RY 2015 | Medical Construction & Design 55

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