Category - Gas

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Feb

Intaka installs a GGS at Matola Hospital Mozambique

Intaka Tech and its Mozambique partner MOAAR have successfully completed another project of supplying medical oxygen, medical air and vacuum to the Ministry of Health of Mozambique. The GGS 0100A model has a production of up to 30kgā€™s of Oxygen per hour. The Gas Generation System (GGS) was delivered to the Matola Hospital on the …

1
Nov

Intaka Tech Installs Cylinder Filling System at Panzi Hospital ā€“ DRC

In addition to the pipeline and GGS installed at Panzi hospital in 2013, Intaka Tech was again contracted by BTC Brussels to install an oxygen cylinder filling system at the hospital. The installation, commissioning and training was done from the 29th to the 1st of October and was completed successfully by our Factory and Maintenance …

1
May

Intaka Tech installs first GGS in Mozambique

During May 2014 Intaka Tech, through its local partner in Mozambique MOAAR, successfully commissioned the first GGS (Gas Generating System) in Mozambique at the Maputo Central Maternity Hospital. The GGS unit consists of 3 compartments, where the first produces 10.75 kg/h of medical oxygen as well as medical air. The second compartment houses the oxygen …

14
Oct

Intaka Tech Contracted for Additional Pipeline Installation at Panzi Hospital

Intaka Tech has assisted Panzi Hospital with additional pipeline installations. The hospital received a donation from BTC Brussels for our GGS Model 020 and the material for a pipeline. While doing the installation we were asked to assist with providing the manpower and expertise to install the pipeline and points within the hospital theatres and …

6
Jun

Intaka Tech Uganda has their foot in the door of the Uganda Private Medical Oxygen Market with the commissioning of our first PSA Oxygen System at Case Hospital.

A Five Year Supply Rental Contract, with the option to purchase within first year, was signed with Case Hospital late last year. The installation and commissioning of the plant was done over the last two weeks in the basement of the hospital. Our HOD, Mr Celso Dos Santos, travelled to Uganda to personally oversee the …

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