Hyperbaric manifolds are devices used to distribute medical gases, such as oxygen and nitrous oxide, to hyperbaric chambers and other medical equipment. They are typically used in hospitals and other healthcare facilities to provide a safe and reliable supply of medical gases for hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) and other treatments.
Hyperbaric manifolds consist of a network of pipes and valves that are connected to a building’s medical gas supply system. They are typically mounted on a wall or other surface in a central location, and they have multiple outlets that can be used to connect hyperbaric chambers and other medical equipment. Some manifolds also have built-in regulators that are used to control the flow and pressure of the medical gases being distributed.
It is important to use hyperbaric manifolds according to the manufacturer’s instructions and to follow all safety precautions to prevent gas leaks or other hazards. It is also important to regularly maintain and inspect hyperbaric manifolds to ensure that they are functioning properly and to address any issues that may arise.
The LU35 Hyperbaric manifolds provides up to 3,500 scfh (1,650 lpm) of oxygen from portable bulk vessels with state-of-the-art digital transducer technology. It has been specifically designed for applications such as: Hyperbaric Chambers, emergency preparedness back-up systems for bulk systems, where space is not sufficient for a bulk tank and back-feeding during shut-downs.s