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Everything You Need to Know about Medical Gas Systems

Everything You Need to Know about Medical Gas Systems

A medical gas system is a network of equipment and devices used to deliver gases to patients and/or medical staff. To provide the best care possible, hospitals must have a reliable and safe supply of oxygen, nitrous oxide, nitric oxide, and other gases used in patient care. Medical gas systems can be used in different settings such as hospitals, nursing homes, surgery centers, and home care environments. Continue reading for everything you need to know about medical gas systems!

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Manifold Solenoid Valve

Manifold Solenoid Valve

Go To >> Home Manifold Solenoid Valve In many automatic changeover manifold designs, the solenoid valve plays a critical role in the changeover function.  In order for the manifold to retain a bank of compressed or liquefied gas in reserve, the solenoid valve must close and not leak.  When it is time for the reserve

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Manifold Systems

Manifold Systems Covid-19 Alert Letter

Go To >> Home COVID-19 Manifold Systems Alert It has been about one year since the Covid-19 virus started spreading around the world. In the beginning we had little idea how severely it would impact our lives. Much has come to light since that time and in many ways, it has had serious complications on

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Medgas

Maximizing Medgas Flow From Liquid Vessels

Go To >> Home Maximizing Flow From Liquid Vessels A problem frequently presented to us by customers is the need to achieve a higher vaporized medgas flow rate from the liquid vessels (similar to figure top right) on their manifold. Typical oxygen or nitrogen liquid vessels will provide between 300 to 400 SCFH per vessel through

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Medical Gas Zone Valve Boxes

Medical Gas Zone Valve Replacement

Go To >> Home Medical Gas Zone Valve Replacement Recently, a very unique, challenging and costly medical gas maintenance project was undertaken and completed at Cleveland Clinic. Because many medical gas systems installed in our older buildings are dated, some of the components did not meet current NFPA 99, Standard for Health Care Facilities, requirements.

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Improving Medical Gas Systems Through Innovation

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