Medical gas outlet AGSS

medical gas outlet
medical gas outlet
medical gas outlet
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION Terminal units complying to ISO 9170-2 (1L) regulatory standard, suitable to be installed as terminal points in anaesthetic gas scavenging systems in accordance to ISO 7396-2 STANDARD. Two different models are available: AGSS terminal unit – Venturi model: suitable to be installed in AGSS based on Venturi system AGSS terminal unit – Model driven by vacuum pumps: suitable to be installed on a centralized AGSS system based on vacuum pumps MAIN FEATURES AGSS terminal unit – Venturi model: The vacuum is generated by an exhaust ejector Venturi located inside the terminal unit and driven by compressed air allowing a great versatility of the terminal unit, as it’s enough to drive it with compressed air to obtain the requested vacuum, without using any external vacuum sources. The terminal unit composed of two parts: the base block, intended to be connected to the disposal system by means of welding nut; and the socket, connected to the base by a threaded connection and that contains the connection point where the medical equipments are linked to the gas specific probes. This device includes a correct work visual green indicator of the exhaust ejector Venturi, pneumatically driven. The device is preset in order to meet the flow rate requirements of the ISO 7396-2 standard, it is also possible by a specific integrated device, to set a different flow-rate. This terminal unit can be installed on bed-head units or supplied with wall embedded or external kit for wall mounting. Standard of reference: ISO 9170-2, ISO 7396-2 AGSS terminal unit – Model driven by vacuum pumps: Terminal unit for AGSS suitable for use with in centralized systems driven by vacuum pumps
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