hybec - hospital lamp supplies
The Hybec Corporation was established initially in Japan in 1975 as a subsidiary of the Miyakawa Corporation, which commenced operations in 1962. In 1981, Miyakawa Europe Ltd. was established in London. In 1991, this company moved to Leicester and was renamed Hybec Limited.

Hybec Limited is the European Headquaters of the Miyakawa Corporation in Japan. Based in Leicester, Hybec has been supplying replacement lamps, UV tubes, medical fibre optic cables, Daito fuses and general lighting across the international, medical and commercial industries for many years.

This wealth of experience has enabled the company to expand in to other markets, making Hybec a main stream supplier of quality replacement lamps (bulbs) to the healthcare sector, through our Hospital Lamp Supplies and Dental Lamp Supplies divisions. Brands supplied include GE, Osram, Philips, Welch Allyn, our own Hybec brand, and many others.

The Hospital Supplies product range includes specialist Dermatology equipment, and replacement lamps for microscopes, endoscopes, examination lights, light source units, AV projectors, photographic equipment and much more.

Dental Lamp Supplies offer a range of replacement lamps for curing lights, operating lights and rotary instruments, which are available through an intuitive easy access internet shop, allowing purchases by credit card.

With 12 subsidiaries worldwide, Hybec purchases its products globally and can export to any country. This international purchasing power allows us to offer products and services at extremely competitive prices. Hybec has consequently saved hospitals and other organisations many thousands of pounds on the cost of equipment and replacement products. This cost-effective service is fast efficient and accommodates requirements accross both medical and commercial indutries.

Hybec UK is a Miyakawa Corporation Company registered in the UK Number 2457400
Registered Office, Hybec Limited, Unit 9 Barrington Park, Leycroft Road, Leicester, LE4 1ET, United Kingdom.