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Chelsea Flower Show

Chelsea Flower Show

Artistic exhibits and fun air tube systems are not uncommon for Aerocom (UK) Ltd, every year we make systems for a variety of show events and often featured displays at museums, activity centres or other venues. Bowdens Nursery have been a regular client for a few...

IHEEM 2021

IHEEM 2021

Our origin is firmly established in the popularity of aerocom Hospital pneumatic tube systems using our unique range of dedicated Hospital air tube systems and solutions. Through product flexibly and creative strategy we have also became a recognised force supplying the industrial, manufacturing and retail sectors with practical conveyance devices designed to streamline internal logistics.

Lab Innovations

Lab Innovations

Visit Aerocom (UK) Ltd on stand A52 at Lab Innovations on the 3rd and 4th of November at NEC Birmingham to see our range of pneumatic tube equipment specifically designed for laboratories. See innovations like our selection of Auto Unload Stations

Kuro Pneumatic Tube

Kuro Pneumatic Tube

In the UK Aerocom are regularly questioned by 3rd party accreditors like Constuctionline, and major construction companies for evidence of our suppliers quality and environmental compliance with UK standards, when your supplier is Kuro, these questions are easily answered.

How much does a pneumatic tube system cost?

How much does a pneumatic tube system cost?

Putting a ROI on cash or valuables security is not always as easily as when replacing costly repetitive walks. The benefits may also be in risk reduction, mitigating the hazard of having too much cash in the till, or too much stock of other valuables at a counter.

Computerised Pneumatic Tube Systems

Computerised Pneumatic Tube Systems

Multiple point pneumatic tube systems are usually computer-controlled, both the aerocom AC3000 & AC4000 series, are designed specifically to be operated via a computer using the Windows operating system. Unlike many other manufacturers, aerocom keep the AC series...

Pneumatic Tube Systems in Hospitals

Pneumatic Tube Systems in Hospitals

In the 1950s European hospitals began installing pneumatic tube systems sending documents, X-Rays, small pharmaceutical supplies, and other articles. Eventually, as time progressed the laboratories discovered patient samples could be sent safely by slowing down the systems to prevent haemolysis in blood samples by preventing any slopping around in transport.