Flexible, customizable HVAC grid system for critical and non-critical healthcare environments

Active and passive chilled beams that are advancing the science of air distribution

Why Consider AORCS?

The Atlas Operating Room Ceiling System is a field assembled, gasketed, heavy duty ceiling grid for use in operating rooms, laboratories and cleanrooms. AORCS makes it quicker and easier to build critical environment spaces with future flexibility in mind, and each system is custom engineered to meet the requirements of codes and guidelines, such as ASHRAE Standard 170 and the FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities.

Why Consider Chilled Beams?

The Titus chilled beams product line reduces energy costs while significantly improving airflow efficiency in healthcare facilities, a primary target in the ongoing mission to decrease building energy use. Recently updated guidelines provide tremendous energy-savings opportunities that can be accomplished by implementing active chilled beams in patient rooms and other areas in which the recirculation of room air is acceptable.

Key details of the AORCS:

  • Creates airtight barrier in the ceiling to prevent transmission of contaminants
  • Equipped with a antimicrobial powder coat finish and gasket
  • Supports diffusers, blank-off panels and light fixtures
  • Easy to configure and adapts to unexpected field conditions
  • Piece by piece customization
  • Short delivery times for expedited installations

Key details of the Chilled Beams:

  • Significantly outperforms VAV systems
  • Shallow unit profiles requiring up to 60% less vertical space
  • Reduced material costs per floor
  • Easily integrates into retrofit applications
  • Up to 50% reduction in air processed at the air-handler
  • Significant reduction in maintenance and labor cost
  • Dry coil operation

Titus HVAC Specializes In Developing Technologies For Critical Environments

We focus on improving the healthcare environment by lowering operational cost and maintenance, increasing energy savings, and improving regulatory understanding and preparation – all while ultimately focusing on patient comfort and contamination control.