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Sunnyda engineers worked with China hospital design institute, had our professional container hospital. We have the one-stop solution for A-class infectious disease hospital, for medical staffs to take secondary or tertiary protection in infectious disease areas.
Sunnyda container hospital design considered personnel flow in and out, divided into the semi-clean area, semi-contaminated area, and contaminated area, those 3 areas are clearly separated and has its own access.
Buffer room is set between each area, and two doors of this room not allowed to open at the same time, to keep pressure difference from two areas, also help fire prevention.
Sunnyda container hospital is customized to fit your special needs, contact us today, all our supporting team is 24/7 in service.
- Data Sheet
|1||20ft Dimension||External Size(mm)||6058(L)×2438(W)×2791(H)|
|Roof type||Flat roof with slightly slope. Roof drainage system|
|Floors allowed||≤ 3 floors|
|2||Design specification||Lift span||20 years|
|Floor live load||2.5 KN/m²|
|Roof live load||1.0 KN/m²|
|Wind load||1.16 KN/m²|
|Seismic proof grade||8 grade|
|3||Structure||Column||Galvanized cold roll steel, thk 3.0mm, Q235B|
|Primary roof beam||Galvanized cold roll steel, thk 3.0mm, Q235B|
|Secondary roof beam||Cold roll C steel, thk 1.5mm, Q235B|
|Primary floor beam||Galvanized cold roll steel, thk 4.0mm, Q235B|
|Secondary floor beam||Galvanized cold roll steel, thk 2.0mm, Q235B|
|Paint||40μm epoxy zinc rich primer, 50μm chlorinated rubber topcoat|
|Color||Any RAL color|
|4||Roof||Roof boarding||0.5mm PPGI steel sheet, white grey|
|Insulation||50mm mineral wool, 60kg/m3, fire rating A, non-inflammable|
|Ceiling||50mm EPS sandwich panel (0.4mm PPGI/50mm EPS/0.4mm PPGI)|
Or rock wool
|5||Floor||Flooring||2.0mm PVC flooring,|
|Sub-floor||18mm fiber cement, density≥ 1.3g/cm3|
|Insulation(optional)||75mm rockwool, 60kg/m3, fire rating A, non-inflammable|
|Base plate||0.5mm PPGI steel sheet, white grey|
|6||Wall panels||Thickness||60mm EPS sandwich panel, 0.4mm PPGI/60mm EPS/0.4mm PPGI, PE paint|
|Option||60mm rock wool sandwich panel, insulation 100kg/m3 rock wool, A grade fire rating, non-inflammable|
|Insulation||40mm rock wool|
|Material||Aluminum frame sandwich panel door|
|8||Window with rolling shutter|
|Glass||Double glazed toughened glass, 5+9A+5mm|
|9||Electricity||Electricity System||Different electrical standards to match with most countries in the world; such as CE, UL, CSA, AS, 220~250V|
|Electricity wire||Input wire 4mm2, stand type A/C wire 4mm2, wall type A/C wire 2.5mm2, switch 1.5mm2|
|Socket||Fit for local standard, 3 pcs|
|LED light||Double 1200mm LED light, 2 pcs|
|10||Plumbing System (Option)||Clean Water||Φ20mm PPR|
|Waste water||Φ50mm&Φ110mm UPVC|
|11||Insulation test result||Floor||Thickness=80mm, U=0.25 W/m² K|
|Roof||Thickness=75mm, U=0.32 W/m² K|
|Wall panel||Thickness= 60mm,U=0.59 W/m² K|
|Window||Thickness= 5/9/5mm,U=1.4 W/m² K|
|12||Equipment||Hospital equipment||Sickbed, HVAC system, air conditioning system, high efficiency filter, pass box and much more according to customized|
Sunnyda Container Hospital
Sunnyda container hospital negative pressure quarantine wards equipped new wind DC air conditioning system, air change rate at least 12 times per hour, primary air filter, medium air filter, and high-efficiency air filter be set to purify the fresh air. This ward air pressure must be at least 5Pa lower than other space, be detected by the negative pressure display device.
Sunnyda has transducer to adjust the air output to ensure the ward always has 5 Pa less. The fresh air system co-works with an exhaust air system, fresh air system always open prior to the exhaust system and close after. Keep contaminated sources downwind.
Sunnyda design high-efficiency filter in exhaust outlet, and air sterilizer, to ensure all air out after filtration and sterilization. Meanwhile, many other measures are taken to make wards running regularly like make standby equipment, alarm of air filter.
Sunnyda container hospital is designed based on a 6055x2435mm module, this uniform size makes installation easy and fast. One module is good to make a single patient compartment, includes a sickbed, a bathroom, and a buffer room. Medical grade PVC flooring is one piece and seamless, all the joint of the wall meet the roof, wall meets floor and wall corner covered by arc aluminum channel, convenient for clean and disinfection.
Sunnyda container hospital windows and doors are all aluminum flush to the wall, also use sealed clean room ceiling light. The bathroom is close to a contaminated corridor and buffer room close to semi-contaminated corridor, to reduce personnel traffic install pass box one wardroom wall, of course, this pass box has a UV disinfection lamp. And very important Sunnyda container hospital frame is 4mm galvanized steel and three times paint.
Container Hospital: The Ultimate FAQ Guide
Container hospitals are becoming a preferred building option due to their portability.
Through this guide, you will learn a lot about container hospitals such as their features, components, advantages, safety requirements and waste management among others.
By the time you are done, you will become an expert in container hospitals.
Let’s get started:
- Chapter 1: What is Container Hospital?
- Chapter 2: What are the Materials used to make Container Hospital?
- Chapter 3: How does a Container Hospital and Stationery Hospital compare?
- Chapter 4: What are the Features of Container Hospitals?
- Chapter 5: What are the Safety Requirements of Container Hospitals?
- Chapter 6: What are the Advantages of Container Hospitals?
- Chapter 7: Why import Container Hospital from China?
- Chapter 8: Do Container Hospitals have Warranty?
- Chapter 9: What is the Cost of Container Hospitals?
- Chapter 10: Where can you use Container Hospital?
- Chapter 11: What is the difference between Container Clinic and Container Hospital?
- Chapter 12: How long does it take to deploy Container Hospital?
- Chapter 13: How can you Ship Container Hospital from China?
- Chapter 14: What Equipment are used in Container Hospitals?
- Chapter 15: Are Container Hospitals Customizable?
- Chapter 16: What are the Components of Container Hospital?
- Chapter 17: What Quality Standards do Container Hospitals conform to?
- Chapter 18: How is Container Hospitals Powered?
- Chapter 19: What are the different Design Options of Container Hospitals?
What is Container Hospital?
Figure 1 Container hospital – Photo credit: ACT
A container hospital is a portable healthcare facility made using several different container units.
It is made using insulated sandwich material and pre-painted galvanized steel structures.
Container hospitals must be set on a flat.
The area must have necessary infrastructure such as tap water and a power supply.
Container hospital can exist as a stand-alone or an augment of healthcare facility.
They provide the flexibility to work at various locations and time.
What are the Materials used to make Container Hospital?
The main materials used to make container hospitals are customized steel structure and sandwich panels.
· Galvanized Steel Structure
This material has high tensile strength.
It is easily available and affordable.
It can be used to make the walls and floors of the container hospital.
This material is pre-painted and galvanized using zinc coating which helps in preventing rusting.
· Sandwich Panels
Sandwich panels are suitable for making container hospitals because they are light weight, less costly and have high structural rigidity.
Mineral wool is the used inner insulating core material between two panels.
Are used to make the walls and roof.
Other used materials used include PVC and Aluminum. Aluminum is used to make the doors of the container hospitals.
Also, it is used to make the ceiling of the container hospitals.
It has great properties such as being easily formed into different customs, light weight, and greater strength.
PVC is mainly used for making partition doors and windows. It is mostly used for sheeting and flooring.
How does a Container Hospital and Stationery Hospital compare?
Figure 2 St Thomas hospital UK
Figure 3 Container hospital
Container hospitals and stationery hospitals function in the same way.
Stationery hospitals are bigger than container hospitals which are around 10 containers along. They are also bigger in regards to the square metres they occupy.
In terms of cost, container hospitals are cheaper as compared to stationery hospitals which involve paying for building materials, laborers, resources, purchasing land among other costs.
Container hospitals can be redeployed: they are portable while stationery hospitals are not portable.
What are the Features of Container Hospitals?
Below are the features of container hospitals:
Figure 4 Container clinic layout
· General Clinic Unit
This is an area where general medical activities are undertaken such measuring the weight of children, vaccinations, and immunizations among others.
This is the area where all the tests are done.
· Operating Theatre
Container hospitals have a unit functioning as operation theatre.
It is especially useful for pregnant mothers waiting to deliver and also have some complications.
Once patients have received drug prescriptions from their doctor, they purchase those drugs from the container hospital’s pharmacy.
· Waiting Area
This is a section where all the incoming patients have to sit and wait for healthcare services.
It is a large space close to the entry of the container hospital.
· Treatment Area
This is the area where patients receive treatment once they have been tested and diagnosed. This place can have the patient wards.
· Water Treatment Units
Container hospital has water treatment units to aid in water conservation. Without constant supply of water, the hospital may not run smoothly. Water treatment is, therefore, done in the container hospital.
· Generators/Back-up Power Supply
For the container hospital to effectively function, there has to be a constant power supply. Without power, the specimens in the laboratory may die. Also, operating several other machines may not be possible. As such, a container hospital has an already installed generator as well as electricity system plugs ready for use in the site of choice.
What are the Safety Requirements of Container Hospitals?
Container hospitals as stationery hospitals must provide a safe and comfortable environment for its patients and staff.
Below are some of the safety requirements of container hospitals:
Figure 5 Container hospital
- There must be ramps across the container hospital to facilitate easy movement of people with disability who often rely on wheelchairs for easy movement.
- There has to be an air filtration and ventilation systems which facilitates easy flow of air in and out of the room.
Without a good HVAC system, people may be suffocated in the container hospitals and possibly cross infection.
- There has to be fire alarm systems which are used to inform people inside the container hospital about potential fires when they occur.
This fire alarm system is watched 24/7 by a staff.
- There has to be proper waste management in the container hospital to limit any possible contaminations which may be sources of hospital infections.
- It also has a negative pressure system required for bio-containment. As such, it is designed to be as safe as a hospital with biocontainment. Biocontainment are multiple safety practices used to prevent the spread of diseases.
What is the Waste Management in Container Hospitals?
Reusable materials are used to cut down on cost and contributions to landfill waste. Biomedical waste and sharp objects such as syringes are incinerated.
High pressure wash of container hospitals. Firstly, there is disinfection of the facilities.
For disinfection, biodegradable detergents, high water pressure, and high temperatures are used.
As a result, there is bacterial load reduction as every part of the container hospital is reached.
Bins are placed in strategic positions within the container hospitals to limit contact and contamination.
Closed lidded bins are placed in patient wards, ICUs and toilets among other places.
Similarly, the bins can be placed within locked medicine rooms or supervised nurses’ station.
They are equally labelled on the date they are placed out in the facility for use and when they are taken out.
This helps in determining the first day when hazardous material was dropped in there.
When conducting weekly inspections of the hazardous wastes, the involved staff should put on personal protective equipment such as gloves, masks and coats.
Also, there has to be a collection log to show that each location has the right hazardous container with a label on it.
The frequent inspections are also to determine whether there are cracks or leaks to the bins. If so, they have to be replaced with new and working bins.
What are the Advantages of Container Hospitals?
Below are the advantages of container hospitals:
The materials used to make container hospitals are eco-friendly.
As compared to building a new hospital from the scratch, container hospitals are cheaper.
· Long Service Lifespan
Container hospitals have a longer service period. They can be used for several decades and be reused again at new locations.
· Stable Enough
Container hospitals are stable enough as they are made using strong steel materials. They are also made in such a way that they can stand on their own on flat surfaces. They can similarly survive harsh terrains and poor weather conditions.
· Weather Proof
The raw materials used to make container hospitals are weather resistant. They can withstand string rains, high heat or sun.
· Easily Installed
Once at the site of location, container hospitals can be easily installed.
· Can be Assembled into different Sizes Depending on Customer Specifications
Since container hospitals are made into different designs such as modular design.
It is easy to disassemble and assemble the parts of container hospital as they are expandable and shipping containers.
Besides, container hospitals can be easily assembled as there are several container units which are attached together to form the final container hospital.
· Mobile or Portable
Container hospitals can be deployed from one site to the other due to their portability.
Unlike stationery hospitals, one can move the container hospitals to places they so wish using rail, road and ship.
· Easy and Fast Deployment
Container hospitals deployment takes a couple of days depends on the layout, and quantity.
Why import Container Hospital from China?
- China is the leading exporter of container hospitals to European and American nations.
- Chinese manufacturing companies are the best producers of high-quality container hospitals.
- Chinese companies conform to the quality standards of not just China healthcare codes but also other countries healthcare codes.
- These companies are ISO Certified.
- They use raw materials which are CE Certified,
- Chinese Companies offer customization and logistics services
- The container hospitals are affordable in China as compared to other places due to the economies of scale as well low production costs.
Do Container Hospitals have Warranty?
Yes, they do.
They have a 1-year warranty.
What is the Cost of Container Hospitals?
Container hospitals are sold at competitive prices.
The prices, however, vary depending on the shipping method used.
If you buy in bulk, it is highly likely that you will purchase the container hospitals at affordable costs.
Also, the cost depends on the client specifications.
Where can you use Container Hospital?
Figure 6 Container hospital
Disaster relief; when a disaster such as an earthquake hits a place and there is large population of injured or wounded patients.
A container hospital can be used to provide health care services. As such, stationery hospitals in disaster zones have been damaged or there weren’t any at the start.
Army/Military camps; these places are often in battlegrounds or war zones where there are no or limited health facilities.
Container clinics are, therefore, used in such areas.
Emergency areas; these are places experiencing emergency situations such as civil wars and there are large numbers of injured people requiring immediate healthcare services.
Deserts and rural areas are remote places without any health infrastructures. There are no health facilities or healthcare workers to tend to the needs of a population of patients.
Since container hospitals are portable, they are deployed to such locations. Container hospitals, therefore, boost healthcare access in such remote areas.
Container hospitals can be used in areas needing quick medical solutions.
When in a place there is no maternal care services, container hospitals can be used to provide those services to the patient population.
When there is public health crisis. For instance, with the current Covid-19 pandemic, hospitals have been pushed beyond their limits.
As such, there is need for container hospitals to address the needs of the large population of patients.
What is the difference between Container Clinic and Container Hospital?
Container clinics are smaller in size than the container hospitals.
Container clinics have around 3 units/containers while container hospitals have around 10 containers/units or more.
A container clinic needs only one doctor to run while a container hospital needs at least four doctors to run.
A container hospital can have a clinic unit within the facility while a container clinic stands on its own.
The components of a container clinic are less as compared to those of a container hospital.
Container hospital functions as a stationer hospital hence it has more features and components than a container clinic.
For instance, while a container clinic only has a waiting bay, treatment rooms and laboratory, a container hospital has these rooms plus additional ones such as surgery rooms or even ICUs.
Both container clinic and container hospital have a waiting bay. This is a well-designed place within the facilities.
How long does it take to deploy Container Hospital?
It takes around 1-3 days to deploy a container hospital.
How can you Ship Container Hospital from China?
Container clinics can be shipped through three main means:
To transport the container hospitals on sea, ships are used. Ships are preferred because they are fast. Also, it is easy to load and unload container hospitals on ships.
On roads, container hospitals can be transported through trucks. Drivers drive for very long periods as they take the container hospitals to their final destinations. Roads take very long times.
Trains are used to transport the container hospitals to their final site location. They are not very fast but are more efficient as compared to roads.
And, these means of transport are used as long as there is an existing infrastructure
What Equipment are used in Container Hospitals?
Figure 7 Inside container hospital
Several equipmentare used in container hospitals.
Weighing machines; there are weighing machines for adults as well as young children. They are used in measuring the weights of patients.
Pulse oximeter; this is an equipment that monitors a patient’s blood oxygen level with a sensor which is clipped over the finger or toe.
Medical kits; this equipment keeps medical drugs and devices used for life-threatening conditions.
This kit contains air management supplies, dressings, oxygen tank, pressure ventilation equipment, IV fluids, suctions, cardiac medications and splints among others.
Hospital stretchers; this equipment is very key during emergency situations. It is used to transport patients to the different rooms where they receive care.
Defibrillators; are typically used in life-threatening situations. They restore normal heart rhythm.
Patient monitors; this equipment helps keep track of patient’s health condition. It also helps keep accurate track of patient’s condition before and after surgery.
Anesthesia machines; this equipment is used to provide a continuous and accurate supply of medical gases to maintain a proper supply of medical gases to the patient.
Sterilizers; autoclave sterilizers are especially used in container hospitals to help kill microbial life present on the surfaces of medical items and surgical tools.
Wheelchairs; this equipment is required in container hospitals to aid in movement of patients from one location to the other.
For instance, if a patient under IV needs to undergo further tests, they are placed in a wheelchair to the place of testing and back.
Surgical tables; this equipment is used during surgical procedures, patient preparation and recovery.
Surgical lights; this equipment helps surgeons work under good lighting conditions.
Mechanical Ventilators; this machine is used to help patient breath when they cannot breath well on their own.
Microscope; an instrument that produces enlarged images of small objects enabling the observer a closer view of minute structures.
Refrigerator; this is a machine used to storing sample specimens in the right conditions.
Are Container Hospitals Customizable?
Yes, they are.
Container hospitals can be customized specially to fit the needs, as well as, specifications of a client.
These specifications can be on the design options, sizes, equipment to include, materials used as well as the layout of the container hospital.
Also, they are customized according to a country’s industrial and environmental demands.
The final container hospital is what a client wished for.
What are the Components of Container Hospital?
Some of the key components include:
Integrated air distribution vents and ducts; these are installed within the container hospitals to aid in ventilation of the rooms as well as air filtration.
Power distribution systems; this system aids in the circulation of power to all the units as well as equipments that require electricity to function.
Water system; water pipes are installed in container hospitals to aid in supply of water for use. These pipes are stationed in strategic locations where they are needed for use.
For instance, pipes are placed in the labs, operating theatre, and toilet systems.
Communication systems; this is a system that facilitates communication between the staff and the nurses as well as staff.
This central communication system helps in the interaction among these parties.
Toilet systems; container hospital has variety of toilets for key staff, patients and utility staff all placed strategically within the facility.
Medical gas system; there has to be adequate supply of gas to patients in need. In Anesthesia, there is need for medical gas without it, the patient dies.
What Quality Standards do Container Hospitals conform to?
You have to make sure that the container hospital you are buying is high quality. And, this can be done through conforming to the below quality standards:
Container hospitals manufacturing companies must be ISO9001:2008 certified.
These manufacturing companies must be ISO901 and 1SO14001 accredited.
The raw materials used to make container hospitals as well as the equipments used in the facility must be CE Certified, Rheinland, Burea Veritas, SGS, and CNAS.
Container hospitals must also conform to the Healthcare Codes of Standards.
How is Container Hospitals Powered?
You should not be worried about how to power your container hospitals. They can be powered through the following means:
Container hospitals are powered using generators. Generators are pre-installed in the container hospitals.
· Electricity from the Local Power Grid
They can also be powered using electricity from main power supply in the site location. During manufacture, the power plugs are pre-installed in the container hospitals to aid in this function.
· Nearby House Panel
It can be powered using electricity from the nearby house panel.
There is a long heavy-duty cable which extends from the container hospital to where the power source will be. It also has twist-lock connectors that plugs into anything.
· Solar Power
Container hospitals can be powered using solar as long as you have solar panels which are attached to the already installed electricity plugs.
What are the different Design Options of Container Hospitals?
The design options of container hospitals vary depending on a client’s needs. However, below are the two main design options:
· Flat Pack
This container hospital is developed by combining container hospital with a flat pack container house. The flat pack forms the operating room and wards.
Around 10 component container units are attached together in different configurations.
However, they are attached depending on the needs of a client.
Due to their modular nature, container hospitals are easy to construct.
They are equally efficient. With this design, a client can expand rooms as they please.
This design of container hospital is the basic one where the container units are attached together to form this facility.
There are outlined rooms for a hospital together with the installed equipment which aid in effective operation within the facility.
Container hospitals are definitely becoming the future of medicine. It is, therefore, important to embrace them now and adapt to them.
With the information in this guide, you should be able to choose high quality and reliable container hospital.
It should have all the necessary equipment and conform to the specified quality standards.
At Sunnyda, we strive to give you the best container hospitals.
Contact us now for custom container hospital available at competitive prices.