Emergency Oxygen Inlet Stations
Emergency oxygen inlet stations are designed to provide a quick and easy way for medical staff to access oxygen in the event of a medical emergency. They are typically installed near patient care areas, such as in hospitals or clinics, and are equipped with valves that can be opened to allow oxygen to flow into the area. This oxygen can then be used to help patients who are experiencing difficulty breathing or have suffered from a heart attack or other medical emergency requiring oxygen therapy. In most cases, the oxygen is delivered through a network of tubes or hoses connected to the inlet station, allowing medical staff to easily administer oxygen to patients using various devices, such as masks or nasal cannulas.