Pharmacy Pneumatic Tube Systems


In the realm of medical pneumatic tube systems, it’s not just larger general hospitals that benefit from encapsulated transport systems. Smaller clinics, such as GP surgeries, dental practices, opticians, and pharmacies, can also take advantage of pneumatic air tube systems.

Clinics and testing laboratories frequently handle various types of samples, including phials, bottles, and swabs, which often need to be transported to different rooms or buildings. A pharmacy pneumatic tube system is ideal for handling packages, eliminating the need for repetitive trips to collection points or secondary dispensaries.

Introducing Pharmapost, the pharmacy air tube system equipped with robotic stocking and computerized call-up to the dispensary workstation.

Pharmapost can be integrated with a pharmacy robot to facilitate distribution to a dispensary workstation at a remote location or on another floor where belt conveyors are impractical. A linear station accepts the package from the robot in an open-end type carrier, moves to the tube connected to the destination, and delivers the package directly to the requested workstation. The pneumatic tube carrier stops just short of the open tube end, allowing the package to slide out onto a cushioned basket or tray.


Pharmacy Pneumatic Tube Systems in Opticians

A pharmacy air tube system can be beneficial to many other healthcare sectors, including optician practices who may also have remote storerooms or workshops on other floors. If a customer requires a simple repair, glasses fit perfectly into a carrier which can be dispatched and returned without the staff leaving the reception desk.

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Pharmacy Pneumatic Tube Systems in Dental Practices

Many dental practices occupy older buildings not specifically designed for the purpose and often a large old house with several floors of surgical rooms.

We have several systems installed in so described surgeries which the staff use to transport used dental procedure tools to a centralised sterilisation room, who in turn send back the sterile tools to keep the practice in supplies.