The staffs of the Maintenance and Engineering Construction Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, working in the Seventh Hayat Building Project for treating Coronavirus patients in Al-Muthanna Governorate, announced the completion of the installation of cooling and ventilation systems (pushing fresh air and dumping polluted air) for this building, according to technical and medical specifications that fit to the nature of the building.
This was confirmed to the al-Kafeel Network by the Supervising on these works from the cooling division in the aforementioned department, Engineer Ali Musa Omran.
He added: " The buildings built bu the staffs of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine for the treatment of people affected by the Coronavirus were distinguished by many advantages, whether from the technical and design side or from the health side, and from these features are the cooling systems and the Full Fresh air flow system through which air is pushed into the rooms and hallway passages through (ducts), and it works according to a special mechanism that allows the entry of fresh air without impurities. "
He added: "The other system that completes the work of the previous system is the air release system, after it is treated at high temperatures. This system, which operates at certain speeds, replaces the air and provides an integrated air cycle, both inside the building rooms or in its passages, and is estimated to be (30) rpm and as needed."
Omran continued: "As for the main cooling system of the building, external cooling devices were used (Split Unit), as the building was provided with (140) two and a quarter tons of refrigeration equipment, distributed to the individual isolation rooms, corridors, medical and administrative rooms, and the reception hall and lobbies."
Stressing: "These cooling devices, according to the health directives, are used when needed for those in the isolation rooms, and provided in order for the building to be used to treat special cases after that this epidemic is finished, God willing."
He concluded his speech: "We conducted all necessary tests after completing these works, and experience has shown that all systems work well without any defect or malfunction."