Crystal Clinic Orthopedic Center
Location: Fairlawn, OH
Crystal Clinic Orthopedic Center Hospital, located in Fairlawn, Ohio, is one of the only hospitals in the world dedicated exclusively to orthopedic and plastic/reconstructive care. The hospital design brings together the latest advancements in patient care and technology, along with state-of-the-art air quality control equipment supplied by Jacco.
Jacco provided a variety of equipment for the new Crystal Clinic Orthopedic Center, including TSI room pressure monitors, Ebtron airflow monitoring stations and ToxAlert gas detection monitors. This equipment will ensure the clinic remains operating efficiently and safely.
TSI Room Pressure Monitors
TSI RPRM10 room pressure monitors allow for pressure control in all of Crystal Clinic’s operating rooms and their pharmacy, creating a safe environment for procedures. The touch screen on these monitors is user-friendly and provides quick affirmation that the room is either positive or negative, depending on the application. TSI offers two different versions of room pressure monitors, pressure transducer and through the wall styles, both with the capability to monitor three rooms at once.
Ebtron Airflow Monitoring Stations
Ebtron airflow monitoring stations are used to measure and control outside airflow to the spaces served by each air handler. The monitoring of airflow allows Crystal Clinic to run their air handlers more efficiently while also offering better control of the amount of air ventilation brought into each space.
Jacco utilizes the GTx116 Gold airflow stations that provide accurate measurements of ±3% of reading for precise control. Jacco offers onsite measuring and spotting, free of charge, to all customers to make sure each Ebtron airflow station is installed per manufacturer’s recommendation.
ToxAlert Gas Detection
The ToxAlert gas detection system uses an Oxygen Depletion Sensor for Crystal Clinic’s MRI Suite. ToxAlert can either be mounted in the duct or directly in the space. There is no worry with issues regarding the MRI machine, as the Oxygen Depletion Sensor is non-ferrous.