Keeping healthcare facilities up and running is more critical than ever

In a post-COVID-19 world, healthcare and medical facilities face new technology challenges. Fluke solutions for the healthcare sector keep regulations, quality, and safety paramount.

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3 considerations for medical gas leak detection

Testing medical gases and piping systems in healthcare facilities and hospitals presents multiple challenges for maintenance teams. Learn why efficient leak detection is critical.


Case study: The Malfunctioning Medical Machine

This case history is a classic example of the importance of a systematic approach to solving a problem. It involves a contractor who works with several high-technology manufacturing plants.


Case study: How to increase efficiency and savings with compressed air system leak testing in food manufacturing


Case study: 14 ways hidden air leaks wreak havoc on equipment

How the ii900 Acoustic Imager air leak detector can help you find the root cause of equipment issues and prevent costly downtime.


What Industrial Plants Can Learn From Hospitals: Compressed Gas Systems


Troubleshooting power quality issues in critical medical diagnostic equipment

Diagnosing and troubleshooting power quality issues in medical equipment in hospitals and health care facilities.


The art of automation and energy efficiency

Using Fluke tools for energy efficiency and cost savings. How the Figge Art Museum automated their HVAC control systems, reduced energy consumption and saved on annual energy costs


Retro-commissioning: The missing link for improving commercial facility performance

Improving energy efficiency and building performance through retro-commissioning entails commissioning older buildings that need fine tuning or were not properly commissioned initially.


Measurement for Health | World Metrology Day 2021


Diagnosing mold problems

One of the possible problems in facilities today is the presence and effects of mold on the indoor environment. Molds are normally present in nature. They reproduce by means of tiny spores that float through the air and are invisible to the naked eye. They can grow on wood, paper, carpet, foods, and insulation - but none of the many types of mold will grow without water or moisture. When excessive moisture accumulates in buildings or on building materials, mold growth will often occur, particularly if the moisture problem remains unaddressed.


Evaluating relative humidity: Key factors and measurements

Understanding the relationship between dry bulb temperature, wet bulb temperature, relative humidity, and dew point temperature is essential in all facets of air conditioning. These psychrometric processes play an especially important role in building and materials integrity, occupant health and comfort, and overall indoor air quality.


Tips and tools for indoor air quality and efficiency in building envelopes

Best tools for monitoring heat loss, detecting moisture, indoor air quality and HVAC systems to improve energy efficiency in commercial buildings.


Using Fluke Air Particle Counters in Healthcare Facilities

Learn how using Fluke airborne particle counters in healthcare facilities helps meet IAQ standards and contamination testing.


Determining air quality impacts

Testing and comparing air quality in two homes for ventilation system effectiveness, using a Fluke 985 Particle Counter: particulates, formaldehyde, other VOCs

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