Regional and central centers: standards for technical specifications
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This volume provides general guidelines to specifications for materials, products, equipment, and installation techniques for some of the industrial equipment, installations, or construction components in industrial-type buildings designated for the receiving, storage, distribution, and repackaging of medical supplies. It is not an exhaustive document to be used for the purpose of making construction bids, but rather a guide that provides engineers and architects in charge of a project of this type with useful information and criteria. For this reason, the standards has been broken dawn into three areas: architectural standards, mechanical standards, and fire safety standards. Each unit includes general information, materials, products, and executionThe publication of this manual, in English and Spanish, has been possible by financial support of the U.S.A.I.D. under PAHO/AID Project 597-007 as part of the plan for Priority Health Needs in Central America and Panama
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