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ADD 536: Aerosol Distribution and Dilution System

For protection grade measurement in operating rooms according to SWKI 99-3 and DIN 1946-4 Topas developed the Aerosol Distribution and Dilution System ADD 536. It provides test aerosol generated by an aerosol generator (e.g. Topas ATM 226) at six different outlet ports with a defined source flow, especially for verification of hospital operating rooms.
Hospital operating rooms are specially designed to avoid contaminations and therefore additional infections of patients during operations. To assure a low level of particle contaminations a laminar air flow is applied to the operating table. To verify the retention efficiency of this flow regime a verification with a defined test aerosol is required according to the standards DIN 1946-4 and SWKI 99-3.  For that reason a total particle rate of 6.3·109 P/min has to be distributed to six different positions and emitted with a reliable long term stability. From the standards it is also required that this total particle rate is continuously monitored and controlled by a particle counter. 
The Aerosol Ditribution and Dilution System meets all these required demands for providing a defined test aerosol with the following features:
Internal generation of a total nominal flow (free of particles) for supplying the six outlet ports
Homogeneous mixing of the test aerosol coming from an external aerosol generator with this total transportation flow
Internal adjustable aerosol dilution ratio for direct connection of a particle counter (e.g. Topas LAP 340) used for controlling a stable particle rate
Uniform aerosol distribution to six outlet ports

Advantages:

  • Designed to comply with the requirements of the German standard DIN 1946-4 and the Swiss guideline SWKI 99-3
  • Reliable particle generation rate with an excellent long term stability (particles/time)
  • Status information on dilution ratio and total flow rate integrated at the front

Applications:

  • Protection grade measurement of operating rooms/theatres according to German DIN 1946-4 and Swiss SWKI 99-3 and VDI 2167 Part 1
  • Generation of test aerosols by providing a reliable, reproducible, long term constant, but concentration variable particle stream in connection with a high-concentration particle source e.g. for verification or calibration of particle counters (dilution series with PSL aerosols)

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