On 25 November
2020, in Novorossiysk, five HAMILTON C-3 lung ventilation units and four
Neman420238-511 school buses were handed over to representatives of health care
and educational institutions. Hi-tech medical equipment and buses were
purchased by Caspian Pipeline Consortium as part of the 2020 charity program.
Mikhail Grishankov, CPC-R Deputy General Director, RF Government Relations, and
Natalia Mayorova, Deputy Head of Novorossiysk Municipality, handed over the
certificates of the benefactor for medical equipment and the motor vehicles to
the Municipalities’ representatives.
universal artificial lung ventilation units - HAMILTON C-3 - manufactured in
Switzerland help to treat patients of all ages, do non-invasive and invasive
lung ventilation, also with a high-speed flow. The unique technology of
Intelligent-ASV together with the biphasic valve distribution mechanism
automatically support spontaneous breathing, provide ventilation and
oxygenation of lungs with allowance for a patient’s physiological parameters
and objectives set by doctors. The cost of the supplied five HAMILTON C-3 lung
units amounted to 249,000 Swiss francs (about RUR 21 million). The units will
be installed in the State Budget-Funded Health Care Institution - Infectious
Diseases Hospital No.3 - located in Novorossiysk at the address: 1905
Revolution street, Bldg. 30.
Neman420238-11 School medium-sized bus on the Iveco Daily chassis is designed
for 30 passengers (29 school children plus an accompanying person). The bus is
equipped with spacious luggage compartments, air conditioning system,
independent cabin liquid heater, ERA-GLONASS system. The children seats are
supplied with 4-point seat belts. The cost of the supplied four Neman School
buses amounted to RUR 22 million 584 thousand. Secondary general school No.14,
secondary general school No.26 named after the Hero of the Russian Federation
A. Palatidi, Victoriya youth sports school, Dolphin sports school Municipal
Autonomous Institution located in Novorossiysk Municipality received
comfortable and reliable transport for their students.
cost of the supplied medical equipment and school buses amounted to RUR
43,394,324,000. This is a substantial portion of funds allocated by the
Consortium to support to social projects in Novorossiysk as part of CPC charity
program which in 2020 in total exceeds RUR 93 million.