If you are in the UK and your Rediroom cart isn't branded with the Rediroom logo, then please refer to the resources below. If your Rediroom cart is branded, please view the resources on this page instead.

Rediroom can be setup in 5 minutes. The numbered decals help guide you through setup. Setup begins with decal 1 and the highest number is decal 15. Before you start to setup, you'll first need to move the Rediroom to the bedside and load in a Rediroom canopy.

Rediroom should be decontaminated between each patient use, at regular intervals, after blood or body fluid contamination, before servicing or repair and before disposal. Decal A is used to collapse the canopy. We recommend disinfection with Clinell Universal Wipes or Clinell Peracetic Acid Wipes as needed, but full disinfectant compatibility can be found in the Rediroom product manual.

After cleaning, Rediroom can be packed down in 5 minutes. The letter decals on the machine will help guide you through the pack down steps. Because decal A is used to collapse the canopy before cleaning, pack down begins with decal B and ends with decal Q.

What grade is the HEPA filter?

The HEPA filter is a single H14 filter. That means it filters out 99.995% of particles down to 0.3 microns (0.0003 millimetres). For comparison, that's more efficient than an N95 respirator and small enough to trap individual bacteria. Whilst individual virus particles are smaller than 0.3 microns, viruses don't typically exist on their own in the air. For viruses spread via droplets, you'll find them within droplets larger than 0.5 microns, allowing the HEPA filter to trap them, making Rediroom suitable for droplet precautions.
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What is the Rediroom canopy made of?

The canopy is composed of a high-quality HEPA filter, windows and walls. The walls are made of material similar to a tent. It is designed to withstand daily disinfection using quaternary ammonium compounds, hydrogen peroxide or 1,000ppm chlorine cloths. It is also flame retardant.
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What are the internal dimensions?

The extended frame is 2,420mm wide x 2,920mm deep.

What is the lifespan of the Rediroom frame?

The frame should achieve a durability of 10 years of normal use.

How many air changes are there?

There are 12 air changes per hour.

Are the canopies reusable?

The canopies should not be reused in a healthcare setting. They are designed to be disposed of in clinical waste. For demonstration purposes, canopies can be re-folded if they have not been attached to the floor.
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What are the power supply requirements?

AUS/NZ / 230-240V 50Hz / Meanwell / MSP-300-24
EU (CE) / 230V 50Hz / Meanwell / MSP-300-24
North America / 120V 60Hz / TBD / TBD
China / 220V 50Hz / Meanwell / MSP-300-24
Brazil / 127V / 220V 60Hz / TBD / TBD
Japan / 100V 50/60Hz / TBD / TBD
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How can the PPE cart be customised?

By default it will include alcoves to dispense 3 sizes of gloves, Clinell Universal Wipes 200, Clinell Hand Sanitising Gel and disposable aprons. There is also space to add: safety glasses x10 and a box of disposable surgical masks.
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