Quillota Petorca Hospital has Grupsa Hermetic Doors for Intensive Care

  • Grupsa Chile has supplied the doors for Intensive Care with simple and double hermetic closure accesses.
  • The Chilean subsidiary of the Spanish company Grupsa has participated in more than 100 hospitals and clinics in the country, offering preventive and corrective maintenance services to ensure the useful life of installed access points.

The Quillota Petorca Biprovincial Hospital advances in its work, with the equipment of the Intensive Care area, where Grupsa-Chile has participated in the project and collaborated with the construction management to respond to the demanding needs in terms of safety, comfort and asepsis in the new intensive care area that has 9 emergency boxes, REA areas, 9 major surgery pavilions and 3 comprehensive delivery rooms.

Grupsa has manufactured the HS-201/45 Intensive Care Doors: single and double door access for critical patients, with hermetic closure in accordance with EN 1026:00 Class 4 and En 14426 Class 6, to maintain the positive pressure differential and refusal of the rooms, providing operation with depression or overpressure with respect to the general areas that prevents the spread of pathogens to the outside in patients with infectious and contagious diseases or the entry of germs in the case of isolation of immunosuppressed patients. The design of these automatically activated screens incorporates Venetian blinds in the thin panels, which allow the privacy of the patient to be safeguarded during medical follow-up, cleaning and rest tasks.

The hospital project has been carried out by the construction company Sacyr Chile S.A. that has executed a project of more than 73 thousand square meters for 282 beds. Equipped with one of the most advanced technologies in the country.

Grupsa-Chile, established in Santiago in 2012, has supplied automatic door systems and provides after-sales service to more than 100 hospitals and clinics in the country, contributing to the growing development of public buildings in Chile, mainly in the engineering sector. and hospital architecture.