24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
*Independent lab studies show 99.7% pathogen removal rate after 24 hours.
The HRMS is a ceiling mounted air disinfection system that doubles as a lighting fixture. The fluorescent HRMS01 uses about 110 watts of energy while the LED HRMS02 uses around 125 watts of energy. The installation process is easy, while maintenance of the lamp and filter are yearly and the ballast requires no tools.
Works 24/7/365 to eliminate HAI-causing pathogens, this patented UVC lighting system changes the air an average of four times an hour without disturbing a patient’s rest, quietly and unobtrusively defending your staff and patients.(1)
The CDC estimates that 2 million HAIs, from all types of bacteria combined, cause or contribute to 75,000 deaths each year. With HAIs costing the US economy an estimated $45 billion annually, the HRMS is often more cost efficient than most stand-alone surface disinfection systems.
Airborne pathogens are drawn into the HRMS01 through a discreet vent opening on the face of the fixture
A replaceable MERV6 filter sits just inside the vent opening and captures larger particulates such as dust
A set of fans create room-level differential pressure to continuously draw air into the fixture
Air is then channeled through a set of baffles to properly guide pathogens through the UVC chamber for disinfection
The specialized Ultra Violet lamp, operating at 253.7 nanometers, eliminates 99% of pathogens 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Disinfected air is pushed through a second baffle to be properly channeled back into the room
A 30 degree angle on the blades of the exit vent disperses clean air evenly throughout the room for proper circulation
Easy Access, Latched Chamber Cover
UV Lamp Safety Switch
Easy Access Latches
Failure Indicator Light (Under Side)
Typical T8 Fluorescent Light Lamps
Healthcare-associated Infections are a leading concern for medical professionals and patients. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 5 to 10 percent of all patients contract at least one HAI during their stay in an acute-care hospital. There are indications that the future of surgery as we know it may be affected because of uncertainties and fears of post-operative infections. The CDC estimates that 2 million Healthcare-associated Infections (HAIs), from all types of bacteria combined, cause or contribute to 75,000 deaths each year and is now the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, greater than breast cancer, AIDS and automobile accidents combined.
Understanding these facts, American Green Technology® recently introduced its unique, patented Health Risk Management System for the healthcare industry. The HRMS is designed to use differential pressure, filtration, purification, and dilution to treat approximately 50 cubic feet per minute. The constant flow of air in and out of the HRMS changes the room volume of air in a typical 10’ x 10’ room with an 8 foot ceiling every 16 minutes.(2) The HRMS is an unobtrusive, quiet solution that can reduce operational costs and improve indoor air quality.(3) The fixture has intake and exhaust vents with blades set at a 30-degree angle, which is designed to pull the air in and push it out in a pattern that avoids re-circulating the same air over and over.
In addition, maintenance is easy and inexpensive, requiring only simple, annual replacement of the lamp and quarterly replacement of the filters. In essence, the six-inch tall device offers continual airborne treatment, 24 hours a day, every day.
Employing the CDC’s recommended hierarchy of defense, the HRMS eliminates pathogens at the source, which can help improve patient outcomes and significantly reduce administrative, clinical and operational costs. The HRMS is a solution to help provide quality care controls for optimum results and sustainable healthcare environments as it features ease of use and offers peace of mind for healthcare professionals and patients alike.
(1) According to mathematical analysis conducted to determine the volume of air pulled through 1 HRMS unit in a 10 ft. x 10 ft. x 8 ft. room.
(2) According to independent studies, HRMS reduces airborne bacteria. Anecdotal reports from several staff members who have been involved in these studies have stated that odors have been reduced and the air feels cleaner and fresher.
(3) According to Dr. Wladyslaw Kowalski’s original Performance Report on the Health Risk Management System.