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Medical gas outlet Ohmeda®

medical gas outlet
medical gas outlet
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Ohmeda® Gas Outlets The "Pin-indexed" outlet is a two-piece outlet console designed especially to accept only Ohmeda/Ohio style gas specific adapters. Features Accepts only Ohmeda gas specific adapters • Indexed to prevent interchangeability of gas services • Universal rough-in accepts quick connection (Chemetron, Ohmeda, Puritan-Bennett) or DISS latch valve assemblies • Modular design capability • 100% hydrostatically tested • Complies with NFPA 99 and CGA G-4.1 standards • UL Listed Medical gas outlet(s) shall be manufactured by Genstar Technologies Co., Inc. (GENTEC® ). Wall outlet shall be designed for concealed piping installation and available for services indicated. The latch valve assembly shall be Ohmeda quick connect compatible and accept only gas specific Ohmeda type quick connect adapters. Each latch valve assembly shall be color-coded for ease of gas identification per the appropriate standards (US or ISO). Latch valve assemblies shall have gas specific pin indexing corresponding to the rough-in assembly to prevent interchangeability of gas services and shall adjust up to 1” for variations in wall thickness. Universal rough-in assembly shall include the wall rough-in plate (16 ga.) with inlet tubing silver brazed to the outlet body. Inlet tubing shall be type "K" copper, 1/2” (12.7 mm) OD, extend 6-1/2 inches (165 mm), and swivel 360 for ease of installation. Rough-in assembly shall accept only the specified gas service by use of indexes. Rough-in assembly shall be of modular design to permit on-site ganging of multiple outlets with assurance of accurate alignment and providing 5” centerline spacing.


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