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Safer, Happier, Healthier Employees


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an airborne infection isolation room (AIIR) “…is a single-occupancy patient care room used to isolate persons with a suspected or confirmed airborne infectious disease” and is a critical component to controlling Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in a triage or emergency environment.

The use of airborne infection isolation rooms (AIIRs) is required by the CDC as a means to protect the public from the spread of disease. Patients who are immediately quarantined in isolation rooms usually have illnesses such as tuberculosis, SARS, H5N1, COVID-19, or coughing conditions that may pose a risk to hospital staff.

Starrco Modular Isolation Rooms are built to ASHRAE Standard 170 standards – which specify negative air pressure, air change rates of 6-12 ACH, temperature guidance, and filtration conditions that direct exhaust of air to the outside of the building or recirculation of air through a HEPA filter.

Starrco Modular Isolation Rooms

  • Versatile enough to be temporary, permanent, expandable, or relocatable
  • Blueprints can be PE stamped to meet local codes and construction standards
  • Prefabricated systems are fast and easy to install (an 8’ x 8’ quarantine room can be erected in 6-hours)

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We’re proud to announce a new way to separate health care and emergency workers from patients; The all-new Starrco Screening Booth.

Infectious Disease Screening Booth features:

  • Sealed glass barrier
  • Glove port: Either an Iris Port or Neoprene One-Piece Sleeve
  • Portable
  • Interior or exterior applications

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