Healthcare Maintenance

Service, repair and 24/7 technical support

Safeguarding critical care hospitals

It is a mandatory requirement within hospitals to periodically maintain equipment and electrical systems in accordance to standards including HTM 06-01: 2017 and BS7671:2018 wiring regulations.

Reliable and effectively maintained equipment reduces the risk of failure, loss of power and shutdown in Group 2 medical locations, ensuring a safe supply of power to medical equipment used to treat critical care patients.

As a major provider of healthcare maintenance services our expertise is in the field of Medical IT power systems (IPS), uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and theatre equipment including operating lights, surgical tables, trolleys and theatre control panels (TCP). We provide round the clock 24/7 service, technical support and rapid response call-out. With over 400 contracts with NHS trusts, private hospitals and facilities management companies, we have significant experience in the delivery of single to group-wide maintenance.

We offer a 5-year Bender parts warranty on newly installed Bender medical IT systems (IPS), if the equipment is covered by a Bender UK 12-month maintenance agreement, providing the equipment is maintained in the first 5 years from the date of commissioning.

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Recommended test systems:

Recommended systems for residual current monitoring:

Recommended systems for insulation fault location:

Recommended operator control panels:

Recommended system components:

Recommended operating lights:

Recommended Operating Tables and Patient Trolleys:

IEC 60364-7-710

Electrical installations of buildings - Part 7-710: Requirements for special installations or locations - Medical locations

IEC 60947-6-1
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 6-1: Multiple function equipment - Transfer switching equipment


HTM 06-01 :2017


Guidance Note 7 Chapter 9:2018


BS 7671:2018 18th Edition


BS EN 62040-1:2013/2:2016/3:2011 – Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)

 

BS EN 60896 Pt 21 & 22:2004 – Batteries

 

BS EN 50272-1:2010 – Battery Installations

 

BS EN 61558-2-15:2015 – TRX

 

BS EN 61557-1:2007 – Medical IT System (IMD)

 

BS EN 61557-8:2015 – Medical IT System (IMD)

 

BS EN 61557-9:2015 – EDS System

 

BS EN 61508-2-2010 – ATICS System

 

HD60364-7-710:2012

Formally – IEC 60364-7-710:2002


Retrofitting

Does your hospital comply with current legislation?

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Even with state-of-the-art electrical equipment, time can take its toll. Whether it is a decline in operational reliability, changes in statutory regulations or new technology improvements, estates managers have a duty of care to consider and review if the electrical infrastructure or medical equipment is reliable, compliant and fit for purpose.

If hospital systems are aging or failing more frequently, Bender will make recommendations for replacement of the asset, rather than uneconomical repair following a service visit. In addition to equipment repairs, general upgrades such as the incorporation of ATICS into a Medical IT system would bring significant benefits to the end user.

For a site survey or life cycle report, please contact the team to discuss your requirements in more detail.

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Recommended test systems:

Recommended systems for insulation fault location:

Recommended systems for permanent monitoring:

Recommended equipment and distribution boards:

IEC 60364-7-710

Electrical installations of buildings - Part 7-710: Requirements for special installations or locations - Medical locations 

IEC 60947-6-1
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 6-1: Multiple function equipment - Transfer switching equipment


HTM 06-01 :2017


Guidance Note 7 Chapter 9:2018


BS 7671:2018 18th Edition


BS EN 62040-1:2013/2:2016/3:2011 – Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)

 

BS EN 60896 Pt 21 & 22:2004 – Batteries

 

BS EN 50272-1:2010 – Battery Installations

 

BS EN 61558-2-15:2015 – TRX

 

BS EN 61557-1:2007 – Medical IT System (IMD)

 

BS EN 61557-8:2015 – Medical IT System (IMD)

 

BS EN 61557-9:2015 – EDS System

 

BS EN 61508-2-2010 – ATICS System

 

HD60364-7-710:2012

Formally – IEC 60364-7-710:2002