Emergency Reserve Manifold
An emergency reserve manifold is a device that is used to provide a backup supply of medical gases in case of a failure or interruption in the main medical gas supply. It is typically installed in a central location, such as a utility room or supply closet, and is connected to a separate, independent supply of medical gases. The emergency reserve manifold has its own outlets, which are connected to emergency gas outlets or terminal units throughout the healthcare facility. In the event of a failure or interruption in the main medical gas supply, the emergency reserve manifold can be activated to provide a backup supply of medical gases to the various areas where they are needed. This helps to ensure that patients have access to the gases they need for treatment, even in emergencies.
Tri-Tech Medical’s RWP & RSP systems are designed for level I and level II installations requiring a permanent backup or emergency reserve manifold system. All systems are cleaned for use with oxygen per CGA G4.1, tested, and built per Compressed Gas Association (CGA) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA 99) guidelines.