Medical Gas Manifold - Cylinder-by-Cylinder

A medical gas manifold is a device that is used to distribute medical gases to various points of use within a hospital or other healthcare setting. It is typically installed in a central location, such as a utility room or supply closet, and is connected to the main medical gas supply line. The manifold has a series of outlets, which are connected to individual gas outlets or terminal units throughout the healthcare facility. This allows the medical gases to be distributed to the various areas where they are needed, such as patient rooms, operating theaters, and other areas. The manifold is an important part of the overall medical gas system and helps to ensure that patients have access to the gases they need for treatment.

Medical Gas Manifold Systems

Genesys™ medical gas manifold systems lead the industry in reliability and innovative features: transducers instead of pressure switches, 400 PSIG pressure differential rated solenoid valve(s), easy-to-service 2D layouts, and union fittings before and after all serviceable components. In addition, they are designed to allow the medical gas manifold cabinet to be converted in the field (i.e.- from standard flow to high flow or from cylinder-by-cylinder use to liquid-by-cylinder or liquid-by-liquid). These design features: improve safety, reduce manifold system costs, make the units easy to service, and provide the utmost reliability.

Medical Gas Manifold Systems Product Video:

Cylinder X Cylinder Manifolds Features:

Cylinder X Cylinder Manifolds Downloads:

PRODUCT IMAGE SPECIFICATION SHEETS INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL AUTOCAD DRAWING FLYER REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
CYLINDER X CYLINDER FULLY AUTO DIGITAL - MODEL CCU
HEADERS FOR MODELS CC
CYLINDER X CYLINDER MANUAL - MODEL TSD
CYLINDER X CYLINDER MANUAL MODEL TMD
SINGLE POINT VENT KIT
AUTO SWITCH - MODEL ATS
ATS ALARM KIT
TAV REMOTE AUDIO/VISUAL SINGLE SIGNAL POINT ALARM
PSM ASSEMBLIES
PST ASSEMBLIES
CYLINDER X CYLINDER FULLY AUTO DIGITAL - MODEL CCD

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