December 12, 2014
Fink Engineering’s latest triple lock chamber has left our factory and is now on site at the New Royal Adelaide Hospital. The Chamber, Air Receivers and Deluge Tanks left Queensland on Monday 8th December and arrived in Adelaide three days later on Thursday 11th.
Due to the size of the unit, the chamber has to be loaded in while the hospital is under construction and then the hyperbaric area will be built around it. Fink Engineering will be on site in 2015 to finish the fit-out and commissioning.
December 1, 2014
It’s been a busy end to 2014 for Fink Engineering. Shortly before we shipped the New Royal Adelaide triple lock we shipped one of our SLEQ Equine hyperbaric chambers to Ireland.
This SLEQ is slightly different from the other SLEQ we have manufactured, taking advantage of our years of experience with other units in the field, subtle design tweaks make the day-to-day running easier for the operators. One of the biggest changes being the implementation of our Gen4 Hyperbaric Control System, custom developed in-house, the Gen4 Hyperbaric Control System represents a significant leap forward to what is already class leading Hyperbaric Control software.
The SLEQ is currently on a vessel bound Ireland and Fink Engineering will be on site to finalise installation and operator training prior in the early part of 2015.