STARC temporary reusable barriers exceed ICRA Class IV requirements when they are installed properly.
Exceeds ICRA Class IV Requirements
ICRA (Infection Control Risk Assessment) guidelines are used to prevent environment-associated infections in healthcare facilities during any construction or renovation project within occupied or sensitive spaces. STARC Systems offers containment barriers including negative air capability for infection control professionals and contractors that meet or exceed ICRA barrier requirements.
Airtight Construction, Built-In
STARC’s airtight panels easily follow ICRA Class IV protocols, with no extra taping or tools needed. The anodized aluminum frame has integrated airtight seal elements that lock one panel right into the next. Our closed cell foam rubber top and bottom gaskets ensure an airtight connection ceiling to floor. Once installed, panels do not need repeated adjustments or tightening.
STARC temporary wall panels can be easily disinfected using water or solvent-based cleaners and disinfectants. And our negative air panels filter out dust particles, along with other construction debris, making STARC the ideal choice for operating rooms and isolation rooms as well as urgent care centers, outpatient surgical centers, clinics, doctors’ offices, and hospitals.
ICRA Certified Construction Barrier in Hospital Setting
Learn why the STARC system is not only approved by Ohio State University’s Medical Center epidemiologists buy why they love it.