MEDICAL GAS MANIFOLDS
Perfect function, simple control
Gas manifolds are designed to supply the pipeline system with sufficient quantity of gas by cylinders and/or tanks. The typical manifold for medical gases (oxygen, nitrogen, CO2 or medical air) according to EN ISO 7396-1 or HTM 02-01 usually consists of a two-sided cylinder supply with automatic changeover between the empty and full side, and an additional third source for emergency supply. For oxygen, the liquid source is usually used as the primary supply, while the two-side cylinder supply is used for reserve. The design of Medicop manifolds enables highly reliable functioning and offers a number of advantages for the user; for example:
We have models available for the whole range of users, from small clinics with one terminal unit for gas, up to the biggest health-care institutions with thousands of terminal units.
Integrated digital display
All information about manifold status (pressure level of each source, line pressure level) and warnings are monitored on one display, which also supports forwarding of collected information for central supervision of medical gas supply.
The special conical shape of cylinder connection and handle fixed on all connecting points allows all empty cylinders to be changed without tools.
Filters and other disposable components are easily accessible, so regular service can be carried out in a very short time.
Valves for cylinder connections are available in all standards for high-pressure equipment in use around the world.
Double line-pressure regulators and NIST inlets make it possible for pipelines to be supplied with the required quantity of gas even during maintenance or service of any component of a manifold.
Safety by design
Special safety valves are installed for each source of high pressure, as well as a separate safety valve for line pressure.
|AVAILABLE OPTIONS |
|Capacity|| 50 m3/h|
|Number of cylinders||1–48|
|Display of status/alarm||analogue by gauges,|
digital with central LCD
|Type of gas||Oxygen, Nitrous Oxide, Carbon Dioxide, Air, Nitrogen, Helium|
|Available standards||EN ISO 7396-1 or HTM 02-01|