Frimley Park Hospital

Frimley Park Hospital

Frimley Park Hospital Testimonial

Frimley Park Hospital (part of the Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust) provide essential NHS hospital services to over 900,000 people. Specifically, the catchment area includes Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey, and Buckinghamshire.

Puretech Water Systems (UK) Ltd has worked prominently alongside numerous NHS trusts for nearly 10 years. We have worked as a supplier for Frimley Park Hospital for several years. We recently spoke with Steven Alderson at Frimley Park Hospital who provided us with the following testimonial.


“Puretech Water Systems (UK) Ltd take their job seriously. They maintain our equipment at the hospital with the minimum of fuss and in a professional manner.

We run a diagnostic service in a busy NHS Hub laboratory. We cannot have an interruption in our supply of deionised water.

Puretech recognise this need, providing us with a service that ensures we have the tools needed at our disposal 24/7.”

Steven AldersonBiochemistry Site Lead (Frimley Park Hospital)


Markedly, de-ionised water is made through the process of reverse osmosis. De-ionised water is chemically pure water, whereby all the impurities have been removed from the raw water supply through this process. Typically, the impurities that are present in the untreated water are mineral ions, namely calcium and magnesium.

Our water treatment plant continuously generates pure water for the hospital. Utilising our monitoring systems and solid management strategy, the plants water quality consistently matches the client specification.

Through process control, we have provided the hospital with final assurances that the water quality will meet their expectations.

Altogether, we are extremely proud to work with the National Health Service providing critical services.


Healthcare: Working In Private & Public Sector Facilities

Reverse osmosis is commonly used in sterile service departments and endoscopy departments in hospitals to produce high-quality water for medical procedures. The RO process removes impurities, such as bacteria, viruses, and minerals, from the water, creating purified water that is suitable for use in medical equipment, such as sterilizers and endoscope washers. The high-purity water also helps to ensure the safety and effectiveness of medical procedures by minimizing the risk of contamination and improving the performance of medical equipment.

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Puretech Water Systems (UK) Ltd specialise in water treatment and process filtration. We work across multiple sectors, including healthcare, providing water processing solutions.

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