Our range of market leading environmental monitoring solutions assist in maintaining optimal environments within hospital's including equipment and medical supplies in accordance with strict MHRA regulations.
A solution for every hospital application
Medical Fridges and Freezers | Blood Banks | Transported Medines and Blood | Medical Equipment | Dry Storage Areas
Ambient, blood bank, medicines, fridges, freezers and transportation
Our vast range of hospital temperature monitoring data loggers and radio transmitters have been used within hospitals for many years and were specifically designed for monitoring blood banks, medical fridges at 2°C – 8°C and freezers with temperatures down to -20°C, -30°C &- 40°C.
Monitoring blood and medicines during transportation can be done using simple and cost-effective indicators such as the Healthcare cold chain complete.
Temperature & Humidity
Ambient ward, dry storage and transportation
The IceSpy Notion Pro temperature and humidity radio transmitters can be used for monitoring ambient temperature and humidity within hospital wards and theatres for patient comfort. The same units can also be used to monitor dry storage areas to ensure medicines are kept within the optimal conditions to prevent deterioration and effectiveness of treatments.
Operating theatres and clean rooms
Pressure monitoring is critical where the architectural components have an effect on room pressure differential cascades. A pressure cascade system to monitor many differential pressure levels between rooms is vital to preventing cross contamination.
Our IceSpy Notion Pro radio transmitter has been designed to use with existing air handling units in order to measure the differential pressure within operating theatres. An alarm or light indication can be generated before passing between each room if required assisting with maintaining a safe and stable environment.
Ambient ward & operating theatres
The Hanwell Climabox can be used specifically for monitoring CO2 combined with temperature and humidity for air quality measurements. This is critical for patients’ well-being and rapid recovery by ensuring environments are at low risk of infection as a result of high temperatures and low humidity.
Additionally vapours generated from building materials and furnishings such as formaldehydes can cause eye irritations, headaches, drowsiness or dizziness and can contribute to a condition known as “Sick Buildings Syndrome” (SBS), which can be easily detected using CO2 and RH/T measurements combined.