During these unprecedented times, Techenomics is offering a free condition monitoring program to support critical hospital auxiliary equipment.
Gensets, chillers, pumps and other mechanical equipment must keep operating to ensure hospitals can continue to carry out their vital work.
Techenomics CEO Chris Adsett said the mechanical equipment that hospitals use is essential but are often unseen and taken for granted.
“As hospitals operate at and beyond maximum capacity patients with limited resources in dealing with coronavirus, sudden machinery failures could increase,” Mr Adsett said.
“It’s all hands-on deck for the treatment of patients and the servicing of medical teams, so it’s understandable that maintenance tasks are put on the backburner, leaving equipment at risk of breakdown or total failure.”
“In recognising the incredibly important role that hospitals are playing and to assist healthcare teams focus on the treatment programs, at Techenomics we are pleased to support this work by providing free condition monitoring services for the auxiliary services,” he said.
The condition monitoring offered includes pulling samples, providing an analysis and recommendations to keep the equipment operating. Mr Adsett said that the services will help “reduce the possibility of unexpected failure in critical pieces of support equipment.”
As a company, Techenomics is maintaining a high level of service to customers while taking all necessary steps to operate remotely as part of global measures aimed at preventing the further spread of COVID-19.