Positive or Negative Pressure Rated ICU Doors
for isolation rooms
Overview
ISOLATION-RATED DOORS

An isolation room needs to pressurize on its own with the door closed, but trackless ICU doors have a 3/4” gap at the bottom, which can make it difficult to maintain the right pressure.

“Isolation rated” means a door is tested to ensure it meets positive and negative pressure requirements.

The bottom sweeps need to do all the work to help you keep the pressure. Typically, for an isolation rated ICU door, STANLEY provides brush-type sweeps on you sliding panels (SX). If it’s a swing-only panel (SO), then a rubber sweep can be used.

Slide Manual + Auto
PROCARE 8300 SERIES: 2-PANEL MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC

Newly designed to protect patients with safer transfers and promote healing by eliminating disruptions. 

MODELS

  • ProCare 8300: 2-panel manual sliding door with full swing out.
  • ProCare 8300A Automatic: 2-panel automatic sliding door with full swing out. Jamb mounted touch-less wave activation and overhead safety sensors, meeting ANSI/BHMA A156.1

SOLUTIONS FOR

  • Patient Privacy
  • Frequent Swing Out and Reset for Patient Transports

APPLICATIONS

  • ICU/CCUs
  • Pressurized Isolation Rooms
  • Smoke Rated Rooms
  • Hospital Pharmacies
Swing
DURA-CARE 7400: MANUAL SWING DOOR

CONFIGURATIONS

  • Single
  • Pair
  • Uneven Pair

 

SOLUTIONS FOR

  • Typical Rough Opening Width: 35.3” x 106.3” 
  • Clear Door Opening Width: 35.3” - 91.5”
  • large CDO per Small rough opening 
  • Simple solution - end user ease
  • Tightest sealing for positive pressure
  • Small rooms and spaces
     

APPLICATIONS

  • ICU/CCUs
  • Patient Bathrooms
  • Pressurized Isolation Rooms
  • Emergency Department Treatment Rooms
  • Pre/Post Surgery Rooms
  • Same Day Surgery Rooms
  • Trauma Rooms
PARTNER WITH OUR SPECIFICATION EXPERTS
to ensure you meet code compliance