Our modular isolation room, Pandora, presents itself as a versatile and customizable solution for creating biological isolation areas within healthcare facilities. With its modular design and customizable dimensions, Pandora is engineered to adapt to the unique needs of any medical facility.

The Pandora isolation room is a comprehensive solution designed to safeguard the health of both patients and medical staff. Moreover, thanks to its modular structure, it is ideally suited to cover any area, as it is custom-built to meet the specific needs of the healthcare facility.

Negative and positive air flow in biocontainment emergency stretcher


Thanks to the innovative blower and filtration system, Pandora provides a 2-way solution:

  • It can use negative air pressure to help prevent contagious diseases from infecting those outside the unit.
  • With a simple switch, positive air pressure can be used to keep contagious diseases out of the chamber, ideal for patients with weakened immune systems.

Air pressure is easily maintained due to the double-door configuration — even when entering or exiting the chamber.

How does Pandora work?

Pandora represents a breakthrough in the management of contagious diseases. This modular isolation room offers the flexibility to adapt to various scenarios while ensuring a safe and controlled environment. It features an innovative ventilation and filtration system with a two-way solution.

It can operate using negative air pressure to prevent contagious diseases from escaping the room, thereby protecting individuals outside. Alternatively, with a simple switch, positive air pressure can be used to prevent external contagion, particularly for patients with weakened immune systems.

Air pressure is maintained through a double-door configuration, even when entering or exiting the chamber. This innovative design ensures the effectiveness of infection control protocols and safeguards both patients and healthcare professionals.

What Is an Isolation Room?

An isolation room, such as Pandora, is a purpose-built structure designed to physically separate and isolate patients with contagious or highly infectious diseases. These rooms are a crucial component of modern healthcare facilities, providing a secure and controlled environment when the risk of airborne infection transmission is high, as seen with diseases like tuberculosis, SARS, MERS, and COVID-19.

The distinctive feature of our Pandora isolation room is its “modular” nature. This means that the room is composed of prefabricated components that can be easily and quickly assembled to create an isolated and protected environment.

One significant advantage of a modular isolation room is its ability to cover various areas, offering flexibility in adapting to different situations and facility layouts.

Modular isolation rooms find applications in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, research facilities, and laboratories. They are meticulously designed to ensure the utmost safety for patients, medical staff, and healthcare workers, minimizing the risk of pathogen transmission and infections across different areas of the facility. This is achieved through the incorporation of various equipment and technologies, such as HEPA filters, that enhance air quality and safety within the room.

What are the key features of an Isolation Room?

Isolation rooms like Pandora must adhere to rigorous standards and requirements to ensure their effectiveness in isolating patients with contagious diseases. Here are some of the key elements adopted in the design and production of Pandora:

  • Effective Isolation: The room provides secure isolation, preventing the spread of pathogens into the surrounding environment and protecting medical staff and other patients, especially those with weakened immune systems. 
  • Advanced Ventilation System: A controlled ventilation system is essential to ensure clean air and proper air pressure control inside the room. Pandora offers the option to use negative pressure to prevent the escape of pathogens or positive pressure to prevent infections from entering from the outside.
  • Hygienic Materials: The materials used to construct the room are be hygienic, easy to clean, and resistant to water to ensure easy maintenance and effective disinfection.
  • Ease of Access and Egress: The room must allow for quick access by medical staff and healthcare workers. Double-door configuration, is installed for maintaining consistent air pressure during entry and exit. 
  • Environmental Control: Temperature and humidity are controlled and maintained at optimal levels for patient comfort and infection prevention.
  • Monitoring: Advanced monitoring systems must be in place to continuously monitor conditions inside the room and the well-being of the patient.
  • Compliance with Regulations: The room must be built in compliance with local and national safety regulations and requirements. Request the technical data sheet to check all the standards applied to Pandora.
  • Ease of Assembly and Disassembly: Modularity implies that the room should be quickly assembled and disassembled as needed, ensuring flexibility in resource utilization.
  • Air Filtration System: An advanced air filtration system is crucial to ensure air quality inside the room and prevent the spread of pathogens through the ventilation system. Pandora is built with NBC filters with protection grade H14 (HEPA) and U15 (ULPA) upon request tested to block solid and liquid particles of average size up to 0,3 microns.
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