All our maintenance work with BMI Healthcare has been undertaken by teams of experts, coordinators and service managers. They are able to offer a wealth of knowledge and know-how, offering maintenance and support that is closely tailored to the needs of BMI Healthcare. For more than 13 years, we have built a long-standing relationship as not only a service provider, but as an extension of their team, backed up by delivering our industry-leading 24/7 365-day service that are rapid, reliable and cost-effective.
Having worked with BMI Healthcare since 2009, WB Power have established a bespoke maintenance package which is tailored to the needs of BMI Healthcare. The package includes:
Following a routine site survey, the team at WB Power Services identified a number of system upgrades which needed to be completed to ensure full operational capacity of the incumbent generator and accompanying ancillary equipment. Scheduled over two days, due to the the critical nature of the incumbent power supply, the works were undertaken on a Friday evening, moving into Saturday to minimise operational disruption. The works included:
All works were undertaken on budget and schedule. When carrying out the works, no additional problems or complications were encountered, meaning the works were finished with no operational disruption to the Hospital.
Further to our Engineers recent site visit to carry out a routine service on the incumbent critical power equipment, it was identified that there were several critical defects that required immediate attention. These further works required to rectify the defects would keep the on-site generator sets free from permanent damage and enable them to operate reliably when called upon. Within 24 hours, our engineers were back on-site to fix the defects. Works included:
The damaged engine parts were taken away by our Service Engineers for fault diagnosis and repair (if possible). In the interim period, the engineer was able to replace the damaged parts, utilising their mobile stock. These parts were later found to be damaged beyond repair, so the parts utilised by the engineer remained permanently.
All works were undertaken on budget and schedule. When carrying out the repairs, no additional problems or complications were encountered, meaning the works were finished with no operational disruption to the Hospital.