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Maximum safety in the HUS “underworld”


The Meilahti hospital is part of the Helsinki and Uusimaa (HUS) hospital district, the largest in Finland. There are extensive subterranean structures on the Meilahti Hospital site, for example an underground car park, access tunnel, storage yard, waste disposal yard and pharmacy stockroom. Between 2013 and 2015 almost 50 kilometres of Datwyler safety cable were installed for power and signal transmission in the HUS “underworld”. The zero halogen, low-smoke and flame-retardant cables are an integral part of the fire protection and safety concept.