Headwall Systems (10 companies found)

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  • Paladin Healthcare LLC

    REVOLUTION Headwall System: The Paladin “Revolution” headwall system is a state of the art integration of lighting, infection control, equipment management, and simple installation technology. It’s easy to install with single point connections and soft feed gas distribution to the outlets.
  • Hill-Rom Company

    Hill-Rom Furniture is designed, engineered, and marketed exclusively for healthcare users. Our Seating products, Overbed Tables, Case Goods, and Specialty Furniture portfolio includes both legendary performers and recent additions--all perfectly suited for your healthcare needs.
  • Modular Services Company

    FLATWALL: The Flatwall is a vertically-oriented, surface-mounted headwall featuring vertical and/or horizontal component chases to conveniently locate services.
  • Draeger

    Dräger is an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology. Dräger has been protecting, supporting and saving lives since 1889.
  • Herman Miller Healthcare Nemschoff

    Today, in addition to our classic pieces and new designs for the home, Herman Miller is a recognized innovator in contemporary interior furnishings, solutions for healthcare environments, and related technologies and services. A publicly held company headquartered in Zeeland, Michigan, we have...
  • BLOX

    BLOX exists to make better buildings faster. We are part of a larger framework - Design Manufacture Construct – that guides building design so that construction can leverage manufacturing productivity. We’re made up of smart architects, engineers, manufacturers, programmers and other generalist,...
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  • Broussard Group

  • Nexxspan™ Healthcare, LLC

    Medical Gas & Electric Headwalls: The Nexxspan™ Medical Gas and Electric Headwall is a wall-mounted, integrated equipment management system that provides electrical services and horizontal distribution of medical gas outlets – typically oxygen, air and vacuum. The system is designed to allow staff to move equipment where needed...
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