Ideal Air Tube System Solution for the Quick and Easy Transport of Sensitive Goods to the Medical Industry
Our expert design offers a pneumatically controlled device system, requiring less electricity, a longer life expectancy and more reliability when compared to electric motors. With an Air Link air tube system, compressed air moves components through the tube from entry point to a landing destination, offering a fast, safe and low voltage option when it matters most. Air Link understands the sensitivity required to move glass bottles, IV bags, lab samples, blood and other medical goods, so our air tube systems are designed with controlled take offs and soft landings so as to ensure safe transport.
When transportation is crucial to the health and well-being of your patients, Air Link air tube systems deliver the means necessary to safely transport specimens, medications and medical goods that are vital for quality patient care. Air tube systems offer security by transporting goods from one department to a destination point, with no handling interruption from entry to landing. Multiple zone systems can be employed with a blower off option to conserve energy when desired. No lubrication or lubricated air is required and remote computer access can be set up to monitor maintenance requirements to the system from anywhere. All equipment operates with Linux based software applications for extended stability.
Air Link has been customer-focused for over 30 years. We recognize a need for quality and reliable air tube systems in a variety of facilities, despite the size of your operation. Call us today to see how we can cut your costs through labor reductions, increased safety and security, and decongested hallways and elevators. Air Link offers a two year warranty on all our air tube system equipment, and will put you in contact with our dedicated nationwide customer service to help with set up, implementation and lifetime use.
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