The Problem

With hospitals running 24/7 and therefore air conditioning running the same amount, reliable pumps within a hospital environment is imperative to ensure cleanliness and minimal maintenance requirements. Gravity drain systems within a hospital can be blocked easily due to the amount of debris in the air caused by the amount of people in one areas at the same time. Blocked pipework can create potentially hazardous conditions with a build of germs and bacteria. Space in hospitals can be limited and therefore easy access and maintenance to the system is critical in not disturbing unwell patients.

The Solution

With hospitals being open 24 hours a day, the need for a pump that can run continuously and keep up with the demands of cooling a hospital environment is critical. A pump that can handle the dirt and grim that can build up in a hospital air conditioning system and remove potential bacteria build ups up and away from the system is imperative in a clean environment.  With multiple style units spread around hospitals, Aspen has a variety of pumps that are fit for multiple types of installation. For example, a mini blanc which can be fitted underneath a high wall system is perfect for ease of installation and maintenance, whereas for larger commercial ceiling void units a Max Hi-Flow tank pump will be able to handle the requirement.



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