The Latest Innovations Within Hospitals: Bed Washing System & Hoisting
Free CPD, Wednesday 1 December 2021, 12:30pm-1:30pm
UK hospitals could save thousands of lives and millions of pounds by automating their bed washing processes with the Bed Washing System. Unlike other automated bed washing tunnels, our bed washing systems doesn’t use chemicals. Instead, the innovative system, brought to you in partnership with Weber Hospital Systems, uses precision robots and high-temperature steam to provide a consistent and controlled quality of thermal disinfection. It is the only system on the market that can clean and disinfect IPX4 (non-washable) beds. Beds can be washed, dried, and ready for patient use in 6 minutes – no manual cleaning required.
Innova provide cutting-edge healthcare equipment and professional services to create environments that meet the evolving and adapting needs of the care sector.
Every day, we work with end-users, carers, healthcare professionals, architects, designers, and care institutions – from hospices and hospitals, to care homes and SEN schools.
For over a decade, Innova has focussed on problem-solving and meeting the needs and desires of different individuals in care settings.
We’ve spent a lot of time researching, listening and planning. As a result, every single product in our range has got something unique about it, something revolutionary.
From our hoist systems and home lifts, to our hydrotherapy pools and care beds. Merging quality, innovation, and aesthetics is our speciality.
Taken from the word ‘Innovation’, Innova is the home of new, unique, exciting care solutions.
We guarantee excellent comfort and support by making sure that our products are the most straightforward, multi-functional, user-friendly models available. Delivering products that are life-changing and aesthetically pleasing.
But we’re more than just our exclusive and diverse product range. We’re a passionate team of industry experts who recommend, design, install and maintain bespoke solutions that suit our clients’ needs down to a T.