NHS treatment centre goes native BACnet

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A native BACnet system at this hospital in Runcorn integrates the control and operation of wide range of services.
Systems integrator OBS Ltd has completed the installation of a native BACnet building and energy management system at the Cheshire & Merseyside NHS Treatment Centre based at Halton Hospital. It is operated by InterHealth Care Services in partnership with the Cheshire & Merseyside Primary Care Trusts. This native BACnet system provides essential monitoring and control for the operating theatres, heating and ventilation systems. chillers, medical gases, generators and utility metering. All information is viewed on touch-screen monitors with native BACnet web-based graphics.
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