Medical Construction & Design

SEP-OCT 2017

Medical Construction & Design (MCD) is the industry's leading source for news and information and reaches all disciplines involved in the healthcare construction and design process.

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70 Medical Construction & Design | SEPTEMBER /OCTOBER 2017 | MCDM AG.COM ROOFING Duro-Last Inc. Announces Duro-Shield Line of Roof Coatings, Materials Designed to enhance the performance of a variety of commercial roof types, Duro-Shield Coatings and Materials are available in Duro- Shield 20, Duro-Shield 10 and Duro-Shield 5. The coatings are 100 percent elastomeric acrylic with a brilliant white fi nish that refl ects the sun's rays, which can lower heat buildup and reduce costs. Duro-Shield 20 off ers ultimate protection and enhancement with 35 mils of coverage when dry and a 20-year limited warranty. Duro-Shield 10 features 24 mils of coverage when dry and a 10-year limited warranty. Duro-Shield 5 off ers 20 mils of coverage when dry and a 5-year limited warranty. ID#108 Products For more information on these products, visit ACOUSTICS, ART Acoustic Art System Combines Function + Art CoArt by dTank has released a com- plete acoustical art system that com- bines an effective acoustic solution with custom and ready-made art. The system offers a variety of confi gura- tions including suspended or fl oat- ing within a space, mounted against the wall and freestanding divider panels, while receiving a 0.65 NRC acoustic rating and a Class A fi re rating. Key features include double-sided and interchangeable art fab- ric, dry-cleanable fabric up to 100 feet long and turnkey installation. Endless confi gurations are available for a custom fi t with sleek, high- end frame and suspension technology that serves a variety of purposes. From acoustic effectiveness and corporate branding to providing inspir- ing and welcoming spaces, those working in healthcare environments will fi nd a solution to enhancing the performance of their space. ID#110 POWER New Double-Door, Line- Side Isolation Switch Offers Enhanced Safety The latest in Eaton's growing fam- ily of safety switching devices, the new double-door, line-side isolation switch, the compartmentalized, fus- ible safety switch features a two-door design with an internal barrier that isolates the fuse base from line- side power, enhancing safety. The new switch provides lowered exposure and improved uptime when accessing the load-side fuse compartment. Screw-down fasteners on the upper switch compartment add an extra layer of safety, while an optional lower viewing window pro- vides visibility into fuses with blown fuse indicators. ID#111 WINDOWS & WALLS Transparently Control Outdoor Elements with Weather-Resistant Frameless Opening Glass Wall The new NanaWall ClimaClear is a frame- less all-glass individual panel sliding system specifi cally engineered for transparent weather protection. The system utilizes transparent vertical weather seals between the panels that seal the wall against wind-driv- en rain and reduce air infi ltration. When the system is closed, the seals virtually disappear from sight, allowing for maximum transparency with no vertical stiles — providing natural daylight, open views and a clean modern appearance. Confi gurations come standard with a single-action swing panel and are available in a clear anodized fi nish with additional brushed, dark bronze and black anodized fi nishes available to accommodate varying healthcare interior designs. ID#109 PATIENT ENTERTAINMENT PDi Launches Next Generation of Interactive Patient Devices PDi Communication Systems recently unveiled a new brand of interactive patient touch-screen TVs coined medTV. The system provides patients with ev- erything from access to social networks, games, education to picking up where they left off on their favorite TV series. Designed like a smartphone, it's easy for patients to understand. It is de- signed for infection control, securely mounted so it won't be stolen and is continuously powered. In addition, medTV also offers facility brand custom- ization and is scalable for healthcare providers to add apps and features to improve patient engagement, educa- tion and patient satisfaction. ID#107

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