Sustainable water system solution for renal unit
Cossham Hospital in Bristol first opened in 1907. It has recently undergone an extensive £19 million refurbishment which kept many original features of the historic listed building. The 750m2 Cossham Dialysis Unit is a stand-alone building behind the main hospital with the capacity to provide care for 96 patients a day, with 24 dialysis stations.
The Clients Needs
The new renal dialysis unit requires a water supply to the 24 beds and three additional points of use in the Renal Technicians' station, a total of 1900 l/h. The hospital's water is from the local mains supply, although this requires purification to meet the ultra pure water quality requirements of ISO 13959 and the Renal Association's Guidelines.
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