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ELGA LabWater to supply and install an ultrapure water production system and duplex distribution loop for the new Singapore General Hospital expansion
ELGA LabWater, global laboratory water brand of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, has been awarded the contract to supply and install an ultrapure water production system and innovative duplex distribution loop over two buildings and six different floors for the new Singapore General Hospital (SGH) expansion.
SGH was established in 1821 and is Singapore's oldest and largest tertiary acute hospital with more than 1,500 beds and 8,200 employees. A new expansion project includes a new building, which will host the pathology, research and biochemistry departments of SGH.
Supplying the main contractor, Taikisha, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies Singapore, in collaboration with Chemoscience, will install 12 CENTRA and 4 MEDICA units in the 13-story building. The solution delivers consistent purified water, ensuring uptime for critical services such as pathology. Veolia also will provide a professional service to ensure the performance of the entire life of the system with experts in-house and field service support.
Completion of the expansion project is anticipated by August 2012.