ICU beams are overhead utility systems used in intensive care unit rooms. Ceiling mounted solutions are more superior than a traditional headwall. Hospital staff members tend to like overhead beams as these units have shown to have benefits for caregivers in neurodegenerative and cardiac ICUs where they need access to the head of the bed most. Overhead beams are traditionally positioned directly over the centre of a patient and come with articulating arms or sliding gliders to help push utilities to the side of patient beds.
ICU TYPE L
A simple supply beam system applicable the hospital ICU ward. As an overhead solution it is far away more functional in areas in where medical personnel needs access to the head of the bed. Coming with standard fittings as medical gas outlets, electrical and data sockets and different type of lighting.
ICU TYPE M
Type M beam is an essential medical rescue aid equipment for the modern intensive care unit. It is mainly composed of main beam frame, dry section and wet section. Its characteristics are reasonable dry and wet separation structures where the wet area is equipped with the flexible infusion and dry - with sliding glider c/w trays and drawers.
ICU TYPE H
Type H beam - same as type M - is composed of main beam frame, dry section and wet section. The wet and dry area adopts a pendant structure as they come as service heads with rotating arms. Service heads come with fittings as medical gas outlets, electrical and data sockets and the cross beam is equipped with a lighting treatment lamp in the middle. The rotating arm adopts a break to prevent drift.
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