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June 19, 2019

EIN CS 26 Bender medical 400Bender Inc., a company operating in electrical safety system monitoring and fault location detection, has launched a new line of medical products.

NFPA 99 and CSA Z32 standards require isolated power systems (often referred to as “IPS”) to be in all areas deemed “wet procedure locations” in healthcare facilities. Bender’s new isolated power panels adhere to these standards and are specifically engineered for healthcare facilities with a modular design, enabling the system to be easily upgraded after initial installation.

Isolated power systems offer an invaluable advantage – early detection of ground faults allowing for critical systems to remain online in a single-fault condition. Utilizing the newest technology and complying with the latest standards and code requirements, Bender‘s equipment ensures that electrical ground faults are detected and located quickly and automatically.

Redesigned based on evaluations of previous models, Bender’s new isolated power panels are now able to be easily upgraded and enhanced in the field. In addition, these modular systems offer the following benefits and optional add-on features*:

With the introduction of Bender’s new product offerings, there will be a phase out of all previous panel models occurring over the course of the next year. Updates pertaining to this phase out will be available at www.benderinc.com.

In conjunction with the release of the new isolated power panel, Bender will be expanding its service offerings for these systems. Services will include maintenance and retrofitting of obsolete equipment, troubleshooting of alarms, nationwide coverage from factory trained and authorized technicians, and much more.

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