Increased Up Time
Cooling systems contain numerous mechanical components. No matter how reliable a system is, there is always the chance of failure. The most common cause of a fault is usually an environmental factor such as a power surge. A loss in cooling capacity can result in a significant financial burden.
- Excess helium lost needs to be replaced
- Referred patients may be rebooked elsewhere
- Technical staff are unable to work during down time
Aqua Cooler can provide a redundant system with redundant and separate compressors, a fault in a single compressor will not effect operational status of your scanner. More importantly, compressor repair can occur without interruption of service due to multiple compressors located in separate locations and repair is often quicker and cheaper.
Stable Scan Room Temperature and Humidity Control
A variable air volume control system can monitor the temperature of the return air flow and adjusts the supply air flow to accurately maintain desired temperature within the scan room. This provides the patient with a stable, comfortable temperature during their procedures.
It is vital to keep the humidity of a scan room to the MRI equipment vendor’s specifications. Any deviation from these specifications can cause damage to the precision instruments on the scanner, and replacing these parts can be expensive. A standard consumer-grade air conditioning unit is not an acceptable solution for cooling your scan room. Aqua Cooler’ CRAC units control the humidity to ensure compliance with manufacturers’ specifications.