KLIMOR partcipates 10th National Seminar in Łódz2012.06.26
On 21st June 2012 Klimor took part in 10th National Seminar of the trade from the series ‘Modern Installation Techniques in Hospital Service’ that was held in Łódź in the Centrum Hotel. The event was organized by the Polish Sanitary Engineers and Technicians’ Association (Polskie Zrzeszenie Inżynierów i Techników Sanitarnych).
The meeting gathered together numerous specialists of the medical trade including managers, technical directors, service managers and other hospital representatives as well as suppliers of medical equipment. All the participants had a marvelous chance to expand their specialist knowledge, share experience and ideas as well as familiarize with latest technology and product innovations.
The leading topics included in the programme of the seminar regarded energy savings in hospitals as well as the actual state against rules and regulations on hospital water and waste. These issues were discussed in the following thematic categories: heating systems, ventilation and air conditioning systems, heat engineering, heating and sewage systems and medical gases systems.
There was an increased interest in the presentation entitled ‘Safety in operating rooms and spaces with increased sanitary requirements’ that was made by Mr Dariusz Stefanowski – the Product Manager in KLIMOR S.A. During the lecture he had a chance to demonstrate the range of products designed for clean technologies as well as to discuss the validation process concerning systems equipped with HEPA filters – tightness and integrity tests in accordance with standard’s requirements.
The meeting in Łódź created a magnificent opportunity to expand knowledge and make new contacts with specialists and companies operating within the widely understood and continuously growing medical trade. All gained knowledge and valuable experience will certainly turn out to be of great use to all participants, and the latest technical solutions suggested by producers, improving technical condition and streamlining both the modernization and operation processes in medical facilities will find their place in new realizations.