Duke University Medical Center Engineering & Operations
USER'S USER'S GUIDE
Hospital Refrigeration
The main refrigeration units are monitored by the Building Automation System (BAS) for high and low alarm conditions. The general hospital refrigeration, i.e. small refrigerators and freezers, are dependent on the user notifying Medical Center Engineering & Operations, 684-3232, if problems should arise.

Blood bank refrigeration and alarm systems are inspected semi-annually. The blood bank staff keeps daily records of temperature and function of the alarm system.

Dietary service equipment is maintained by the maintenance personnel assigned to dietary equipment repairs on a full-time basis. This includes dietary refrigeration.

The Duke Clinic HVAC shop maintains the remaining refrigeration equipment as scheduled by the computerized preventive maintenance program, and service calls received from 684-3232.

AIR COMPRESSORS LOCKS
ACCESS CARDS MEDICAL GAS SYSTEMS
BAS PLTTS- Pneumatic Linen and Trash Transport System
COMMUNICATIONS PLUMBING SYSTEMS
ELEVATORS PRT
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REFRIGERATION
EMERGENCY POWER SIGNAGE
HEPA FILTERS STEAM SYSTEMS
HVAC STERILIZERS
LAB HOODS VACUUM SYSTEMS

 

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