We understand that energy efficiency and plant reliability are of crucial importance to any hospital engineering function, as strict targets have to be met and downtime must be minimised.
Our range of products and solutions is designed to maximise the efficiency of your steam system from the boilerhouse throughout the distribution system to the condensate recovery system.
Some of the areas where we can provide help include:
Our technical experts can also offer specialist advice and products to improve the performance and reliability of specific steam-using applications such as:
"Our decision to upgrade to the EasiHeat systems was an easy one to make – we knew they would be perfect for this project."Brian Colley, Energy & Environmental Engineer at Leighton Hospital View Case Study
The CSF16 steam filter is a horizontal, in-line high efficiency filter used to remove contaminate particles from steam.
A range of automatic boiler water TDS control systems which constantly monitor the TDS level of the boiler water and blowdown when necessary.
The SPIRA-TROL range of two port single seat globe valves with cage retained seats is available in a range of materials and sizes up to DN100 / 4". EN or ASME/ANSI.
Heat exchanger upgrade cuts Leighton Hospital’s water heating costs by 15%.
Clean steam generators boosts steam quality standards at Waterford Regional Hospital.
Switching to EasiHeat delivers 15% energy savings at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
The supply of a new, energy-saving heating and hot water system for Kettering General Hospital, played a critical role in getting government funding for the project.
The upgrade to Spirax Sarco’s EasiHeat™ steam-to-hot-water solutions and Reverse Osmosis (RO) system in ten plant rooms helped this acute hospital reduce energy and maintenance costs.
Noble’s Hospital laundry is saving more than £14,500 a year in energy, water and treatment chemicals, thanks to the installation of a FREME system.
I know that pursuing specialist training can be a time-consuming process, so it’s important that you know that the courses you’re undertaking are brought to you by field-experts, with years of industry experience in steam systems behind them – after all, when you invest the time, you want to receive the very best in training.
St George’s Hospital in Tooting is saving £45,000 per year by upgrading the heating and hot water systems to Spirax EasiHeat™ plate heat exchanger packages.
Members of The Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM) will now be able to take advantage of industry-leading training for steam systems as part of a new partnership.
Steam continues to play an important role in serving the requirements of modern healthcare facilities. Angelo Giambrone, Business Development Manager at Spirax Sarco UK, discusses the influence of this versatile medium on our day-to-day living and why the healthcare sector should continue to embrace steam as an integral component of a 21st Century hospital.
The NHS and the UK’s healthcare system is a subject that can always stimulate a lively discussion and is almost bound to set off a passionate debate around the dinner table. Don’t worry though, I’m not here to talk politics, but what I am hoping to do with this blog is to spark a new healthcare revolution – and that revolution starts with steam.
Plate heat exchangers from Spirax Sarco are saving energy, reducing maintenance costs and improving the comfort of patients at Leighton Hospital.
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