The new range of ceiling supply units makes excellent use of space and resources, streamlining workflows and raising productivity.
The MODUEVO range of ceiling supply units can be deployed in a wide variety of hospital environments: ward rooms, operating rooms, intensive care units, recovery rooms and more.
It improves access to patients – while ensuring vital equipment and utilities are always on hand. High load capacity up to 350 kg, 330-degree rotation, and user-friendly positioning mean MODUEVO units accommodate diverse surgical disciplines, room configurations, and staff preferences.
A wide choice of accessories underscore MODUEVO’s exceptional flexibility, modularity and customization options.
There is a choice of modules and beams. And a choice of components and accessories, that can easily be added, moved, and subtracted as desired. Moreover, this design approach allows each configuration to evolve in line with the hospital’s daily challenges.
MODUEVO delivers great versatility with its Ergonomic Positioning (EPoS) System. Components and accessories – even those requiring a power supply – can be added and removed in line with changing needs.
The unique Grab & Move handle breaks new ground in terms of intuitive positioning. When grasped, its capacitive sensing technology releases the unit’s brakes. This enables staff to intuitively move the pendant to the desired position simply, with one hand and minimal physical effort.
The MODUEVO range offers a choice of mechanical, pneumatic and electro-magnetic brakes. Each option delivers first-rate safety, precision and liability.
Improved safety and efficiency
The seamless finish accentuates the portfolio’s state-of-the-art design. And the benefits go beyond the surface: with fully enclosed cables, and no exposed screws, rubber, or sharp edges, the unit is much easier to clean –reducing the risk of nosocomial infections, and accelerating turnaround. Besides, the cable management system is an effective approach to increase safety, raise efficiency and improve access to instruments and patients.