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Hospital Plumbing Maintenance Services

Hospital operations involve complex systems with interdependent components and require reliable hospital plumbing maintenance. In the case of a plumbing system failure or malfunction, patients and healthcare workers would feel the consequences, causing life hazardous scenarios. Not to mention inconvenience, discomfort, and wastage of resources. Hospitals have a variety of unique plumbing components, which all need specific types of services. Numerous regulations and laws guide hospital plumbing systems, so it is essential to have a plumbing service support these massive facilities.

It is important that hospitals invest in reliable and experienced plumbing services to ensure such malfunctions do not occur, and if they so do, a trusted emergency service plumber can come to the rescue. 

Certified Plumbing of Brevard has over 33 years of plumbing experience servicing hospitals across the county. We take pride in providing dependable and efficient plumbing solutions to any sized hospital. We know that it can be challenging to operate a hospital with a failing plumbing system. Since many daily functions rely on plumbing in a hospital, each part must work for the hospital to function.

The plumbing experts at Certified Plumbing of Brevard want to use our hospital expertise to improve efficiency and keep systems up and running. Ready to schedule a hospital plumbing maintenance check? Call us at 321-676-0812, we can maintain the health of your hospital’s plumbing system!

Types of Plumbing Systems

A hospital features numerous plumbing components, all of which are essential to the facility’s functioning. These plumbing systems interact via a massive network of pipes and filters, so it is necessary to monitor the system’s health over time.

If steps do not ensure the system is properly functioning, a potential failure could occur, making daily operations difficult.

Most hospitals usually contain a variety of essential systems, including:

  • Central Sterile System
  • Pathology Lab System
  • Sterilizer System
  • Hot Water System
  • Laboratory System

Each of these systems ensures that a vital part of the hospital can function correctly. If one system fails, it could be catastrophic for the entire facility. This potential for failure is why many laws and regulations state that plumbers must regularly service these systems.

If you are in search for certified and licensed plumbers who are up-to-date with Florida’s laws regarding hospital plumbing regulations, Certified Plumbing of Brevard is the solution. We have been providing hospital plumbing maintenance services for over 33 years. Trust us with your plumbing system, it is what we do best. Request a quote today. 

Central Sterile System

A central sterile system is essential for cleaning the hospital’s surgical equipment. Faculty must properly sterilize this equipment between uses, which requires a great deal of hot water. Also, these systems circulate a lot of water, which means they need a large drainage area.

This drainage area must accommodate the waste and water that the system uses throughout the sanitization process.

This system utilizes a variety of essential components, including:

The water usage in this system fluctuates based on the facility’s needs. At times, water usage can be high, whereas, at other times, it can be much lower. Having a system that can meet these demands is imperative.

The central sterile system is the backbone of the hospital’s plumbing. Without it, hospital staff would not adequately sanitize vital surgical tools and equipment. This system must receive support from frequent maintenance and the facility’s water supply.

Pathology Lab System

Some hospitals feature a pathology lab, which usually requires a particular type of drainage system. Usually, chemicals and waste disposed of in these labs can foam in the water. This reaction subdues with proper anti-foaming agents and parts.

The pathology lab system also has different standards for water quality, which set it apart from the other systems at a hospital. Since chemicals and water are the primary waste products in this system, the infrastructure must accommodate these products.

Depending on the chemicals used, a system could require reverse-osmosis water, which requires a reverse osmosis purification system. This system is vital as it prevents chemical reactions from occurring in the water.

Sterilizer System

While the central sterilizer system is vital for preparing surgical equipment, smaller systems are equally important. These systems are located around the hospital, providing hot, sanitized water directly to the various wings of the hospital.

These sterilizer systems are essential for washing and rinsing equipment, keeping critical tools sanitized and ready for immediate use.

To best function, this system must have the following components:

  • Mixing Valves
  • Backflow Prevention Devices
  • Temperature Controls

In this system, proper temperature is crucial at all times. When water dispenses from a faucet, it must be 160 – 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperature is critical because the water this system produces performs vital sanitization functions.

Hot Water System

A hospital also features a domestic water system, which controls the rest of its water usage. The most crucial component of this domestic system is the hot water.

Hospitals can generate hot water via all of the following energy sources:

  • Gas
  • Steam
  • Electric

Gas and steam are by far the most efficient ways to heat water at a hospital. Electric energy usually requires a lot of excess energy, which can be expensive and inefficient.

Standard hot water travels through a series of interconnected pipes to patients, faculty, and visitors. This hot water must be delivered on-demand, with a maximum temperature of anywhere from 100 – 110 degrees Fahrenheit.

To make sure water is hot enough, a variety of different components must control its temperature. These components must be regular maintenance to ensure proper functioning.

Temperature control methods include:

  • Mixing valves
  • Digital recirculation valves

Depending on the type of setup a hospital has, a plumbing expert may need to service faucets individually or maintain the entire system as a whole. A plumbing service can adequately troubleshoot any temperature issues and trace them to the source, whether in the internal or point-of-use locations.

Certified Plumbing of Brevard also provides top-quality gas line inspections and repairs.

Laboratory Systems

Laboratory testing requires a dedicated plumbing system to function correctly. An essential element to laboratory plumbing is the backflow prevention device. This device ensures that wastewater does not re-enter the plumbing system once it is disposed of by faculty.

Laboratories have several water requirements, depending on the nature of the work performed.

These types of water include:

  • Deionized water
  • Reverse osmosis water

These types of water neutralize water, allowing faculty to dispose of any waste products safely. A plumbing system must also purify wastewater from the lab to ensure it does not cause physical or environmental harm once it exits.

Acid-neutralizing systems and the building automation system are just a few ways that a hospital monitors its plumbing. The building automation system is a fail-safe system that notifies staff of any hospital’s plumbing system failures.

Much like every other part of the massive hospital network, staff must moderate these systems to ensure proper functioning. Certified Plumbing of Brevard can ensure that your water systems for laboratories are in working order. 

Emergency Plumbing Systems

Emergency plumbing systems are incredibly vital for the staff of any medical facility. They exist in the case of chemical spills or human exposure to harmful waste products. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all these systems properly function. They require weekly testing to ensure that all systems are operational.

The emergency plumbing systems usually found in hospitals include:

  • Eyewashes
  • Face washes
  • Emergency shower systems

These systems all have strict regulations regarding water temperature, flow rate, and more. The hospital should perform the necessary weekly testing to ensure these devices are functioning correctly.

Why Choose Certified Plumbing of Brevard for Hospital Plumbing Maintenance

Specialization in Hospital Plumbing

At Certified Plumbing of Brevard, we understand that hospital plumbing is different from any other plumbing that we do. Our plumbing technicians have specialized training and knowledge to handle plumbing systems that cater to multiple departments in hospitals such as surgery rooms, emergency departments, and intensive care units. Our experience allows us to mitigate potential problems before they occur, ensuring smooth operations for our clients.

Comprehensive Plumbing Solutions

Hospital plumbing systems are complex, with several interdependent components resulting in intricate designs. Certified Plumbing of Brevard offers comprehensive plumbing solutions that cater to all types of plumbing needs, ranging from repairing leaky faucets, unclogging drains, to installing new faucets, pipes, and toilets.

Efficiency and Cost Effectiveness

Our plumbing experts know how to optimize plumbing installations and repair schedules to offer efficiency and cost-effectiveness. We employ state-of-the-art equipment, such as high-pressure water jetting, to fast-track drain cleaning and keep your hospital’s plumbing running smoothly and efficiently. Our team is prompt and responsive, and our services are tailored to meet your hospital’s budgetary and scheduling constraints.

Compliance with Health and Safety Regulations

We understand the importance of hospital health and safety regulations, and we ensure that our plumbing systems meet required standards. Certified Plumbing of Brevard continuously trains and updates staff with the latest health and safety regulations to ensure our plumbing is compliant with local laws. Moreover, we use eco-friendly products to minimize environmental impact. Our guaranteed quality services will leave you, your patients, and healthcare personnel confident that all plumbing systems in the hospital are safe and up to standards.

Reputation and Trust

Certified Plumbing of Brevard is a reputed plumbing service provider, and we have established a positive relationship and fostered trust with our clients. We have long-standing partnerships with several hospitals in the Brevard area. Our clients trust us to deliver the best service, and our testimonials speak for this. We take pride in our work, and with over 33 years of experience, we have built a reliable working relationship with our clients.

Contact Certified Plumbing of Brevard

At Certified Plumbing of Brevard, hospital owners can expect quality results and prompt service. Our team of plumbing specialists is here to help a healthcare facility with its various plumbing needs. Our quality customer service and transparency have helped us serve Brevard County’s hospitals and facilities for 33 years. We know our community inside out, and we’d be happy to provide the quality hospital plumbing maintenance services Brevard County deserves. Read testimonials from our list of satisfied clients. 

We service hospitals, healthcare facilities, and medical buildings, making it easy for owners to have peace of mind that a plumbing expert will repair their various plumbing systems. The size or scope doesn’t deter us; we offer quality service no matter how large or small the facility is. Certified Plumbing of Brevard would love to help you with your hospital plumbing system repair and installation needs. To make things easier for you, we offer traditional hospital plumbing maintenance service and emergency 24/7 service. Whether you need a free quote or emergency repair services, our expert team is here to help.

If you have any questions about our hospital plumbing maintenance services or quotes, you can give us a call at 321-676-0812. We would love to help you with all of your hospital plumbing needs!

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