Xiangtan, Hunan – The 1000-bed emergency Huoshenshan Hospital in Wuhan has been equipped using products made on machinery from Chinese supplier Jingzheng. The hospital has been built to help contain the coronavirus outbreak that is centred on the city.
Polyurethane sandwich panels, pillows and bathroom modules made by Jingzheng’s customers have been used in the hospital, the company’s general manager Yan Jian told UTECH-polyurethane.com.
The company makes sandwich panel lines, suitable for both PUR and PIR, with up to six components, and cyclopentane foaming technology. Panels made by his company's machinery has been used in the hospital’s exterior walls, as well as interior walls for the bathroom.
Jingzheng’s circular foaming line for flexible PU foam, also designed also for auto seating, has been used to make pillows for the wards. The bathroom module machinery is a new piece of equipment developed in the past few years, added Yan.
Jingzheng has resumed production at its headquarters in Xiangtan, Hunan province, but is yet to restart operation at its second site in the city, said the company.
Currently, 70% of Jingzheng’s annual sales comes from seating and other machinery for the automotive sector. Recently, the company's focus has been shifting towards cold chain, Yan said.