Triatek will be exhibiting as part of the Johnson Controls booth at the 2022 International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I²SL) Conference and Technology Fair held in Pittsburgh, PA. If you are attending I²SL this year, be sure to visit Booth 217 where you can engage with our interactive dashboard, experience product demos, talk with our […]
Hospital HVAC systems play a critical role in mitigating the spread of diseases like COVID-19 (Coronavirus), MERS, SARS, and tuberculosis. It is recommended by ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE and the CDC to place patients with a suspected or known COVID-19 diagnoses in an airborne isolation infection room (AIIR).
AIIRs are negative pressure isolation rooms with at least 6 air changes per hour (12 are recommended for renovations and new construction). Review our checklist to help insure your AIIRs are ready to receive patients.
For more details, refer to the ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170-2017 Ventilation of Health Care Facilities.
- Verify the room sensors are calibrated and working properly
- Verify room controllers and monitors are working and communicating with airflow valves
- Verify the room is operating at a negative pressure relative to surrounding areas
- Verify room pressure is being properly documented
- Verify correct air changes per hour are taking place per CDC/ASHRAE standards
- Verify temperature and humidity ranges are in place per CDC/ASHRAE standards
- Verify room air is being exhausted directly outside through a HEPA filter
- Verify doors are being kept closed except during healthcare personnel entry/exit
- Confirm patient rooms are visible on your BAS, for prompt notification of any issues
- Consider updating older VAV boxes to a fast-acting Venturi air valve or measured airflow valve
- Plan for an influx of patients and how to address isolation requirements in your facility
Triatek is committed to ensuring your facility is ready to receive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) patients. For help, to get a quote, or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Triatek by Johnson Controls will be exhibiting at the 2019 International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories Annual Conference! Below are some of the highlights we’ll be showcasing at the conference. Performance Contracting and Laboratories O my- It’s O&M: Wednesday, October 23 at 10:30am We are sponsoring a session entitled O my- It’s O&M, and it will […]
Triatek will be exhibiting in partnership with Johnson Controls at the 2019 ASHE International Summit and Exhibition on Health Facility Planning, Design, and Construction (PDC) in Phoenix, Arizona March 17-20. We are Booth 818.
The Johnson Controls booth will showcase how Triatek and the JCI family of brands work together to deliver an unmatched level of product availability and service for healthcare facilities.
New Booth Location This year at the AHR Expo, Triatek will be part of the Johnson Controls village. Our booth number is B1617 within main JCI Booth B1726, so be sure to add us to your Show Planner. The Johnson Controls booth is by the entrance, so you can’t miss us! AHR Expo Innovation Award Finalist […]
Happy Holidays from the Triatek team! We will be closed December 24, 25, 31, and January 1. We will be open for normal business hours December 26-28.
Triatek’s FMS-1655 Room Pressure Controller (highlighted in the circle above) is used in the set design of the new Amazon series “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.” This iteration of the classic Clancy story stars John Krasinski (you probably know him as Jim Halpert from “The Office“) as the character Jack Ryan. The series follows Jack, a former Marine and […]
Johnson Controls announced it has acquired the assets of Triatek®, a leading manufacturer of innovative airflow solutions for critical environments across the globe. With the purchase of the Norcross, Georgia-based company’s portfolio, Johnson Controls is adding to its offering a range of HVAC airflow control systems that help healthcare and other critical research facilities reduce the spread of airborne contaminants and chemicals. […]
Triatek received a grant from the Atlanta Metro Export Plan (MEP), which is part of the larger Global Cities Initiative, a joint project between the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase to build awareness of the importance of international markets. The MEP focuses on helping companies with innovative export strategies, spurring the development of international business sales […]