HUTZ Medical has joined forces with NOVAIR, a world class, pioneering company that designs and manufactures PSA (Pressure Swing Adsorption) units. Based in France, NOVAIR has been in operation since 1977 and is represented in over 100 countries worldwide.

Compliant with the most demanding of international standards, PSA units produce medical quality oxygen onsite! The units are available in plug and play deployable solutions where tried and tested technology is backed by advanced analysis and state-of-the-art control features.

The way forward is simple…Become your own supplier of medical oxygen, utilizing a free raw material: air! Backed by NOVAIR’s immense knowledge and expertise, you have the opportunity to not only reduce operating costs, environmental impact and increase safety standards by installing and utilizing PSA technology; but also the chance to take away the nightmares of failed supply chains and logistic constraints.

Hutz Medical completed a PSA installation at a facility in Gauteng, ensuring a complete solution for their onsite medical grade oxygen requirements. The client’s specification in this installation was unique and required a customised solution, as does each and every PSA installation due to the nature of the industry and individual needs.

“Hutz Medical was contracted during 2017/8 to supply and install a PSA complete with vacuum and bedhead units. As a medical institution, the clinic recognized the importance of being able to provide the necessities such as oxygen to their patients through top quality medical devices. It is our pleasure to recommend Hutz’s services and prestige equipment. Hutz excelled in providing us with excellent service in a highly professional manner,” commented Luelsa Rowles (Director: Turnkey Energy Solutions Africa – TESA), a sub-contractor on the PSA project.

For further detailed information relating to PSA plants and how they can assist you, please contact Derick Smit on 083 264 5320 or

Posted January 2019

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While Hutz Medical’s Management sponsors the annual Children’s Charity Event, our employees decided that this year they would also take the opportunity to participate on a personal level, by sponsoring Senior Santa Shoeboxes to the Malabar Home for the Aged. An NPO, the Malabar Home for the Aged is situated in Malabar, Port Elizabeth and is home to more than 40 residents.

Each shoebox consisted of some basic items, such as a facecloth and soap, toothbrush and toothpaste, deodorant, Vaseline, a packet or two of biscuits, a juice or cooldrink along with a chocolate or mints. Some employees added extra little items or a handwritten note or card to personalise their gift. Employees were given the opportunity to individually, or as a group, sponsor a shoebox or items to put into the shoebox.

A big thank you must go to Hutz Management, who apart from sponsoring the actual shoeboxes that were used for the project, also supported this initiative and arranged for shade cloth to be installed on an existing structure. The residents will now be able to enjoy some shade and sit outside while enjoying the beautiful summer weather! This structure will be up in mid-December 2018.

We were humbled to be able to spend some time with the residents, enjoying tea and some entertainment, provided by Hutz. We went to the residence to spread some Christmas Cheer and walked away with happy hearts, knowing that we had made the day just a little bit better for others!

Posted January 2019



“Walking through the Paediatric Wards of the local hospitals always brings a huge lump in my throat. Maybe I empathize so much with those parents because I have been there with my own child, or maybe because I know that feeling of helplessness of watching your child being sick and there is not much in your power that you can do to assist them.

Whatever the reason, I am always pleased to be part of the Hutz team to visit the wards for our annual Children’s Charity Event, and share some joy with their little patients. Each child is special and so are their needs…some are tremendously ill and can hardly crack a smile when you gently deposit a toy next to their bedside.

Others are already on the road to recovery and are keen to participate in singing songs and enjoying the entertainment on offer. Wherever they are in the healing process, we have had the privilege of sharing some time with them and spoiling them, on behalf of Hutz Medical.

Sponsored by Hutz Management, each child received a backpack filled with goodies. From puzzles and colouring-in books and stationery, to a set of toiletries and a soft toy to snuggle…for a brief while these children have the opportunity to forget about being ill or sore and just be a child enjoying themselves!

And that they did! From singing and dancing to jiving and jigs, our team had the children from Uitenhage Provincial Hospital, PE Provincial, Dora Nginza and Livingstone Hospital totally enthralled! We were accompanied by Teaspoon the clown and Father Christmas who were both a huge hit with the children.

So tonight as I write this, I can smile and say Hutz made a difference in a few children’s lives….and there are some teddy bears out there who are being snuggled and hugged tightly by some very happy children!” Brene Hershensohnn, Communications Manager.

Posted January 2019