RECENT PRODUCT NEWS
A new ‘pollution-absorbing paint technology’ that comes in the form of a paint or clear coating, can be applied internally and externally to buildings, is said by the Swiss company behind it to be ‘easy-to-use and scientifically proven’, and which ‘turns walls and surfaces into a natural air purifier’, is now available in the UK.
Fire detection solutions specialist, FEE, has launched what is said to be the industry’s first one minute auto-aligning smoke beam detector, Fireray One, which it says ‘promises to make advanced smoke detection more accessible and easier to install’.
Award-winning healthcare solutions provider, Teal, has launched a new ‘Solutions for HealthCare’ brochure detailing ‘new, class-leading products which help to transform clinical environments, and create bright, contemporary spaces that complement the latest healthcare interiors’.
Keen to protect its HVAC equipment from airborne debris and maintain its efficiency, the Central Middlesex Hospital sought a solution for 28 locations adjacent to London’s A40.
When Harrogate District Hospital, managed by Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust, wanted to completely refurbish and upgrade another of its operating theatres for orthopaedic surgery, Medical Air Technology (MAT) presented a total turnkey solution that it says ‘combined competitive pricing with a world-class ultraclean ventilation (UCV) system and accompanying equipment package’.
Nationwide Legionella compliance company, W.E.T (Water Environmental Treatment), has developed and launched what is describes as ‘an innovative shower cleaning system’ which it says ‘is scientifically proven to kill 99.9% of bacteria’ following investment at its Midlands production facility Its Hygiene 20 Shower Management system provides clients with a professional and efficient ‘collect, clean and return’ service, which W.E.T claims ‘is helping achieve compliance in a more effective way than any known process available today’.
“Containment laboratories must be designed and built so as to prevent or control the exposure of laboratory workers, other persons and the environment to the biological agent in use.” Medical Research Council: Standards for Containment Level 3 Facilities
Assa Abloy says its new eCLIQ electronic locking system offers users’ reliable protection and maximum flexibility for a wide range of buildings and facilities’. Featuring a ‘pioneering’ chip and 128-bit AES encryption, the system has been developed to offer high security and resistance to electronic attack. Its ‘proven technology and advanced microelectronics’ ensure quick and secure communication between lock and key, while the eCLIQ cylinders and programmable keys are reportedly ‘robust enough to withstand the harshest weather conditions’.
Churchill Services describes its new compliance software platform, ‘CATI’ (Compliance Assurances through Insight), as the initial foundation for its vision to ‘digitise FM’. The company said: “Our first ‘SaaS-based’ digital solution has been developed specifically for the built environment to simplify and redefine FM compliance management. CATI’s dashboard presents unparalleled visibility of an organisation’s entire property portfolio – illustrating the status of all 33 common statutory compliance obligations within a building.
Precision UK, which designs, manufactures, and supplies medical gas pipeline equipment, claims to be ‘the only truly British company’ accredited to ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and 93/42/EEC The Medical Device Directive to offer the complete range of medical gas pipeline equipment, fully CE marked and manufactured in its own UK factory.