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Trend building management systems have been installed in many of the National Health Service’s largest and best-known hospitals, as well as a huge number of its smaller premises, including health centres, clinics and even GP surgeries. Indeed, Trend’s versatile BMS technology is to be found in more Health Sector buildings than that of any other manufacturer. Some of these installations have now been in operation for over twenty years – and are still going strong.

  • Trend creates a comfortable and safe environment at Bournville Gardens.
  • When Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust wanted to make its ventilation systems more efficient and effective it asked Trend to configure its BEMS to maintain air quality and save money.
  • Castle Hill faced challenges keeping a water supply under control on a large scale. However, through the innovative use of a BEMS from Trend, they have overcome this issue.
  • Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is leading the way in risk mitigation and compliance through the innovative use of a Building Energy Management System (BEMS) from Trend Control Systems.
  • In order to enhance services provided to their outlying clinics and departments, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust invested in a Building Energy Management System (BEMS) from Trend Control Systems.
  • When Manchester’s Saint Mary's Hospital needed a monitoring system that could control the temperature conditions in its Department of Reproductive Medicine it called on Detail Design Engineering to configure a system using products from Trend Controls.
  • A site-wide BMS incorporates every generation of Trend IQ controller so far developed, all working together as an integrated, centrally managed system
  • The Trend BMS at Sweden’s Halmstad Hospital features every generation of IQ controller.
  • The IQ251 provides close, automatic control and monitoring of Provincial House’s two oil-fired boilers, domestic water booster system and main system pumps, plus 12 pumps and three zone valves
  • For a group of four hospitals in Italy, the adaptability and ease of expansion of Trend building controls have proved very important features.
  • Today 32 network-linked IQs form a system that controls and monitors most of the HVAC services, including all the heating in the 3-storey main block.
  • Configured to perform a wide range of close control and monitoring functions, the system has also been designed so that maintenance can be carried out easily and without causing disruption.
  • A recently opened ‘one-stop’ health centre in Church Road in London’s East End is the first of hundreds of new facilities that will be built under the NHS’s pioneering LIFT initiative.
  • Control and monitoring functions are performed by network-linked Trend IQ outstations.
  • Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, has achieved significant annual gas and electricity savings over a 12 month period by implementing various energy saving initiatives.