The humidifier is designed to humidify and heat the respiratory mixture delivered to a patient during positive airway pressure respiratory support though an endotracheal tube, nasal cannulas or a face mask with availability of constant flow.
Heating and humidifying of the respiratory mixture is provided by the flow passing above the surface of the water in a heated water humidifier chamber. The heating range is set by a regulator located on the front panel of the humidifier.
Appropriate level of heating and humidifying allows to use the humidifier in artificial ventilation systems, in non-invasive ventilation systems and during inhalation therapy.
Using breathing circuit of different manufactories
Using non-heated breathing circuit
Manual control of heating range
Water temperature control range in humidifier chamber (°C) - :45–75
Water output with 37,0°C temperature (no less): - 44 mgH2O/l
Power supply: - 220–230V ± 10%, 50–60 Hz
Overheating protection (no more): - 115±3°C
Emergency protection of the heating plate from overheating
mains supply indicator