Patient Isolation System
HDT Base-X shelters are currently in service with the Australian Defence Force & NZDF
The Patient Isolation Systems are designed to segregate contagious or contaminated patients from the fixed facility and other non-infected patients using a negative pressure blower with HDT filtration. The system integrates with the HDT Base-X shelters which are currently in-service with the Australian and New Zealand Defence Forces. The complete, rapidly-deployed, mobile system provides effective airborne infection control and isolation. Designed to contain and destroy such airborne pathogens as Anthrax (inhalational), Chickenpox, Influenza, Measles, Smallpox, Crypttococcosis and Tuberculosis, the Patient Isolation System is an ideal solution for infectious outbreaks in austere locations or as scalable overflow containment for hospitals.
The system features a Base-X Shelter with two isolation rooms and one anteroom with clear viewing windows into the isolation space. A SteriSpace™ Air Sterilization System provides negative air pressure inside the shelter and uses a proprietary compressive heat technology to kill >99.9999% of airborne pathogens without the use of HEPA filtration. The system also includes a 5-ton ECU and all required ducts.