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Warding Off Maintenance Issues

01.04.2020, 11:02

Warding Off Maintenance Issues

Electromechanical engineering provider Rotamec is supporting a hospital in Devon, southwest England, with a full array of maintenance and refurbishment services.

The hospital which sees nearly 80,000 people at its Accident & Emergency (A&E) department every year, offers patients access to vital services ranging from general surgery to mental health facilities, and relies on Rotamec engineers to support continued operation of HVAC-R equipment, operating theatres, and building services used in patient recovery.

Jonathan Whitlock, Branch Manager for Rotamec’s Exeter facility, explains:

“Our on-site teams have been involved in a wide variety of works,” Jonathan continues. “From repairing motors, changing bearings, servicing fans, refurbishing compressors, refreshing pumps to supplying new belts and spares – we can offer a complete turnkey service to keep these systems running as efficiently as possible. We have past experience working with engineering departments at hospitals in the local area, so our teams are able to work at these sites carefully and quickly.

“The needs of a facility such as a hospital must always come first. In the past, we’ve hired out generators and compressors for sites to guarantee available redundancy. Recently we delivered and installed an entirely new Altas Copco compressor on short notice. Whatever the issue, we must be highly reactive from first call out to final installation and testing.”

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