Shakerscope, featured in the BBC News

Recently the BBC News[1] issued an interesting press release regarding ShakerScope, a Timesco product which Armstrong Medical distributes in Ireland.

4th November 2013

Recently the BBC News[1] issued an interesting press release regarding ShakerScope, a Timesco product which Armstrong Medical distributes in Ireland.

The Shakerscope Engine is the only Kinetically powered battery engine available for medical device handles. Protected by worldwide patents, the ShakerScope Engine means never buying batteries again, ever.

Mundasad, a Health Reporter for the BBC News explains that the ShakerScope was created in the garages of David Williams and John Dingley, Consultant Anaesthetists at Morriston Hospital, Swansea. Mundasad also stated that the ShakerScope has been tested in military hospitals in Afghanistan, Uganda and after the Haiti earthquake in 2010.

For information about this product and the diverse range of products that Armstrong Medical Ltd sell, please contact Lyndsay McAfee, Co-ordinator Business Development UK & Ireland on +44 (0) 28 7035 6029 (Phone lines are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm GMT).

[1] Mundasad, S. (2013) “Can life-saving gadgets be made in garages?” Available at Click Here. Accessed on: 4th November 2013.