Medical Construction & Design

JAN-FEB 2018

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MCDM AG.COM | JA N UA RY/ F EBRUA RY 2018 | Medical Construction & Design 55 POWER DISTRIBUTION EcoStruxure Power Improves Healthcare Facility Operational Effi ciency, Reduces Downtime Schneider Electric recently introduced EcoStruxure Power, a digital architecture for power distribution and management in healthcare facilities. Through advance- ments in IoT, mobility, sensing, cloud and analytics, the solution helps hospitals, outpatient centers and assisted living facilities ensure reliable power, fi nancial performance and safety. Data is aggre- gated and displayed for staff, bringing the right information to the right person to reduce maintenance costs and maximize system reliability. Apps, analytics and services provide intelligence such as predictive maintenance and asset manage- ment, energy and sustainability reporting and opportunities, workfl ow effi ciency and more. ID#109 Products DOORS & HARDWARE Intelligent Control of Local Door Alarm Available for Variety of Applications The intelligent local door alarm by DeltrexUSA allows integrators to use single- or multiple-door alarms for a variety of applications remotely: door open, contact monitoring, door held, forced door or warning. An adjustable, constant or pulsing alarm with programmable delays for access is among the offerings. A lighted display reader shows status and delay count- down with copy and logos optional. ID#112 New Exit Devices Offer Sleek, Flexible Solution for Healthcare Facilities Adams Rite has unveiled its new EX Series Exit Devices, which offers a sleek, fl exible and installation-friendly solution featuring a univer- sal hardware kit for aluminum, hollow metal and wood applications. It is available in three differ- ent lengths that can easily be cut in the fi eld. The EX Series will launch with four models including the EX88 Interlocking Rim Exit Device, a robust and unique bolt design that interlocks the door to frame for enhanced strength and durability. The EX89 Pullman Rim Exit Device is compatible with Adams Rite preload capable 74R2 Electric Strikes and surface-mounted HES 9400 Series Electric Strikes. The EX76 CVR Exit Device features concealed adjustable rods and latching assemblies designed for easy installa- tion. In addition, the EX80 Series Dummy Push Bar offers a fl exible design and comes standard with two monitoring switches. It is fi eld selectable for active or inactive confi guration. ID#113 FIXTURES New Colors for Wall Panel Product Line Bobrick Washroom Equipment, Inc. has an- nounced the introduction of its new B-7125 InstaDry surface-mounted automatic hand dryer. Functioning at 200 watts, the jet dryer is ideal for high-traffi c environments. Its life expectancy is more than 7,500 hours. The hand dryer's sleek, distinctive design features a curved, stainless steel cover with a satin-fi nish vertical grain. To enable ADA- compliant design, the unit projects no more than 4 inches from the wall. An infrared sensor facilitates automatic operation, with automatic shut off after 85 seconds. ID#110 Redesigned Deep Well, Solid-Surface Lavatory Resists Bacterial Growth Bradley Corp. introduces the Z8000-2011 compliant Terreon Deep Well Lavatory designed to minimize splashing and aerosolization from the drain trap in hand hygiene sinks. Ideal for healthcare and sanitation applications, the Deep Well Lavatory utilizes a molded single-piece design featuring integral extra-height splash- es to help contain water, minimizing slips, falls and messes. The lavatory is made from Terreon solid surface material or Terreon RE recycled solid surface material, depending on consumer preference. In addition to being vandal-resistant, Terreon and Terreon RE have chemical, stain and impact resistance and are non-porous, therefore resisting bacterial growth. Both types of Terreon are also GreenGuard certifi ed as low-emitting materials. ID#111

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