Mechline mobilises its supply chain after call comes in from Cardiff’s Nightingale Hospital

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Mechline has played a part in supplying equipment to the new Nightingale Hospital at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium after answering an urgent call for 60 AquaJet 50 pre-rinse sprays.

The Milton Keynes-based company worked against the clock to get the order shipped to the facility, which was opened on Monday by Prince Charles.

The iconic sports venue has been transformed into a field hospital in less than two weeks and aims to help ease pressureson the NHS by caring for patients with coronavirus.

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Initially open to 300 patients, work is set to continue over the next few weeks until the hospital is fully functional with a 2,000-bed capacity.

Mechline’s AquaJet pre-rinses are already at the site helping to maintain hygiene levels – diversifying their use away from foodservice in these unprecedented times.

Andy Coulthard, sales manager at Mechline, said: “At the moment, with these Nightingale projects pushing ahead very rapidly, every aspect is time critical – and stock needs to be readily available. At Mechline we are keeping a good supply of product built and ready to go, and our Mechline team – and wider supply chain – are working very hard to react quickly to fulfil such urgent orders.”

The AquaJet 50 is a robust model designed to handle the most demanding environments, with a coiled hose and built in restraining device to absorb wear and tear and prevent the overextension of the hose.

Crucially, the model offers a hygienic solution, with easy to clean, wipe-down surfaces, which help staff to easily engage in good hygiene practice.

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