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Weatherite provides 'critical cooling' for Stafford Hospital

07 June 2013

Weatherite Building Services (WBS) has provided a vital cooling system for the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) and battery rooms that serve the critical care unit at Stafford Hospital

Stafford Hospital is managed by Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust and the Trust has a catchment area of 276,500 people.

WBS supplied and installed a Daikin wall mounted split system in the battery room and a ducted system within the UPS room with both systems being designed for high energy efficiency. The UPS equipment provides continuous emergency power for the critical care unit should the main power source fail.

In order to gain access to install the interconnecting pipework WBS had to organise the erection of scaffolding to the exterior of the building.

Mike Turton, Managing Director of WBS said, " Having carried out various other installations on behalf of the Trust we knew exactly what was expected of us: to carry out the installation as quickly as possible and without causing any disruption to running of the hospital."


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