RECENT PRODUCT NEWS
Among a raft of new bathroom and sanitaryware products showcased in a digital press conference on 7 April by sanitaryware and bathroom product manufacturer, Delabie – in its case very much targeted at use in healthcare facilities – was the company’s H9768TP Securitherm thermostatic shower mixer.
Two Carrier AquaSnap 30RBP air-cooled chillers with Greenspeed Intelligence inverter-driven speed control are providing ‘high-performance, low noise cooling’ for wards and operating theatres at the Royal United Hospital Bath.
Getinge describes its ‘new and extended’ modular room system, Getinge IN2, as ‘an intelligent solution for creating interconnected, sustainable, and efficient workplaces in hospital departments around the world’.
Following a competitive tendering process in 2021, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital NHS Foundation Trust appointed Medical Air Technology (MAT) to replace its existing containment level 3 (CL3) facilities.
Healthcare furniture specialist, Deanestor, has delivered its latest hospital fit-out contract to a community hospital in Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands.
A newly installed operating theatre at the Elective Orthopaedic Centre (SWLEOC) at Epsom Hospital in south-west London is equipped with the latest integrated digital theatre technology from Bender UK and Merivaara.
Brandon Medical’s i2i Quasar eLite operating theatre light was recently shortlisted in the Excellence in Product Design (Medical) category at the 2021 Elektra Awards, run by specialist industry magazine, Electronics Weekly.
Replacing old T5 and T8 fluorescent lamps with more efficient LED lighting as part of a scheme which aims to cut the Trust’s carbon footprint by up to 60 per cent may deliver up to a 50 per cent energy saving at Goole and District Hospital.
A grateful father has ‘given back’ to Sheffield Children’s Hospital in appreciation of the excellent treatment given there to his son, as well as numerous other children, by facilitating the delivery of a fresh, bright, and colourful ED waiting area.
A range of mineral ceiling canopies and baffles described by their UK manufacturer, Zentia, as ‘market-leading’ has just been launched.
XYZ Reality, the ‘transformational construction technology’ company behind Holosite, reportedly the world’s first Engineering-Grade Augmented Reality platform, has launched what it claims is 'the most accurate AR headset for construction'.
The paper fire logbook, a critical link in the safety of millions of UK buildings, has been ‘updated and made fit for modern safety’, claims digital fire and safety records specialist, Tio Fire Systems, with the launch of its Digital Fire Logbook.
Preventing slips and trips in a healthcare facility is key to protecting patients – and especially those particularly vulnerable to falls, as well as visitors and employees.
Bender says it has received ‘an overwhelmingly positive response’ from hospitals to the ‘premium’ PACS console used to equip operating theatres.
The University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust (UHL) has procured Ingenica Solutions' 360 IM technology ‘for a 360-degree view of costs to track and trace stock, and to improve visibility and control across the supply chain’.