September 28, 2011
Are you confused about guidelines related to duct liner in health-care applications?
You are not alone. Many engineers, architects, and owners mistakenly believe duct liner is prohibited in hospitals and other health-care facilities. However, the fact is duct liner can and should be used in these facilities, not only for energy efficiency and condensation control, but acoustic attenuation. Excessive noise caused by mechanical systems is a major contributor to hospital noise, and noise has been proven to have a negative impact on patient healing.
This Webinar will drill down to the facts about when and where duct liner can be applied safely in hospitals and other health-care facilities, as well as discuss state requirements and current trends in owner preferences.