Updated: Oct 10
The aerocom AC3000 multiple zone pneumatic system was first marketed by Aerocom Germany in the UK from the mid to late 90’s proving to be an instant success amongst existing hospital sites across the country, with a concentration of these systems installed in the Greater London area.
In 2000 Aerocom (UK) Ltd was founded and expanded the client base both in existing hospitals and new build hospital projects gaining a greater share of the UK market, system by system. Winning tender contracts through both company and product reliability enhanced by establishing a flawless reputation in aftercare service.
Aerocom is now the UK’s leading supplier of Medicare pneumatic tube systems adding prestigious major new build hospital projects to our portfolio every year. We also benefit from repeated expansions, upgrades and complete renovations of our earliest installations with clients reluctant to change suppliers which is a testimony to our quality of service.
Another area where Aerocom (UK) Ltd expand our client base annually is the replacement of ageing or poorly performing pneumatic tube systems from other suppliers. New clients come to aerocom through recommendations within the national health service having often been disappointed by their original suppliers or the systems provided. We have developed proven strategies for replacing out of date or poorly performing pneumatic tube systems with minimum disruption and a maximum effort to restore user confidence in pneumatic transportation of samples and pharmaceuticals around hospitals. We do this simply and effectively by equipment replacement with our latest Hi-Tech developments of the aerocom AC3000 system model and providing 24/7 service and maintenance support.
Our most recent makeover has just been completed for Skanska at both the Royal London Hospital, and St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the UK’s busy capital. Over 100 computer-controlled pneumatic tube stations on 15 independent working zones, with both a diverter and linear coupler transfer interchange have been installed on the two sites.
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We are proud to have added not only one of the country’s largest teaching hospitals, but also the oldest hospital in the UK to our growing London portfolio of clients.