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Redhill continue manufacturing at pace to meet NHS demand

Redhill continues to support the NHS supply chain by increasing manufacture of oxygen cylinder trolleys for use in hospitals across the country. The Redditch-based factory is now working flat out to meet demand for oxygen storage and handling products, with staff volunteering to carry out essential manufacture, assembly and despatch.

After a first delivery of oxygen cylinder trolleys to St Thomas’ Hospital in London, where Prime Minister, Boris Johnson was cared for after contracting COVID-19, Redhill has received numerous orders from NHS hospitals. To help meet the ever-increasing demand, Redhill is now manufacturing and maintaining high stock levels of the SC08G large Oxygen Cylinder Trolley, which are available only for NHS use.

Powder coated, with a one-piece safety loop handle and rubber-lined cradles top and bottom for better grip and noise reduction, the large size Oxygen Cylinder Trolleys have capacity for one 1360 litre oxygen cylinder. Available in a grey or red epoxy coating, trolleys are manufactured to meet the highest quality and safety standards, in accordance with BS 2718 1979.

Large Oxygen Cylinder Trolley (SC08G ) with capacity for one 1360-litre capacity cylinder, in stock and ready for immediate despatch.

To place an order or to discuss bulk requirements, please call 01527 529 002 or email We are also happy to discuss any requirements for other fabricated or laser profiled sheet metal items for use in the battle against coronavirus.

The automated manufacturing process utilises lasers and press braking for precision accuracy and speed, enabling Redhill to maintain stock levels and ensuring trolleys are available for immediate despatch across England and Wales, wherever they are needed most. These products continue to be available at the special net price of £129.99.

We believe the current medical crisis highlights the adaptability and ‘can do’ attitude of British manufacturing to rise to the occasion and react to market conditions, and would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to both NHS staff and workers all over the country who continue to play such a vital role during this time of national crisis.