Humidifier Fills Critical Control Need in Norwegian Hospital Burn Unit

Gaskell, Kathryn
February 2004
Consulting-Specifying Engineer;Feb2004, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p56
Trade Publication
Discusses the need of humidifier fills critical control in Norwegian hospital burn unit. Energy delivery and modulation; Importance of air handling system design; Moisture containment; Water hardness.


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