Pump Type AGFS Socket

22.05 $

It is designed entirely of metal to absorb the narcosis gas that occurs in places where surgery or other narcosis gas is used. Suction is done by injection system. The socket can be placed in the desired position with the help of elastic hose connection. The system is operated with the probe.

SKU: DHS-AGS-GP01 Categories: ,
  • It is designed entirely of metal to absorb the narcosis gas that occurs in places where surgery or other narcosis gas is used. Suction is done by injection system. The socket can be placed in the desired position with the help of elastic hose connection. The system is operated with the probe.
  • Technicial Specifications
  1. Chassis
  2. Material: Brass
  3. Dimensions: Variable according to mounting type
  4. Capacity: 50 l/min at 5 bar
  • Whenever anaesthesia is carried out in half-closed or half-open systems, excess anaesthetic gasescapes through the pressure control valve of the circulation system and is inhaled by users andstaff. This is avoided by installing an anaesthetic gas evacuation system.The anaesthetic gas evacuation system AGFS is installed in the vicinity of the anaesthesia workingarea. A transvector integrated in the AGFS generates the required underpressure. The suctionpower is adjusted separately on every evacuation box to a standard value of 45-50 l/min, but it canbe tailored to the customer’s needs.The anaesthetic gas evacuation system is started up by connecting the anaesthetic gas suction plug,supplying the transvector with driving air (5 bar). The underpresssure generated by the transvectoris indicated by the green colour of the visual signal.The anaesthetic gas drawn off, including the driving air of the transvector, is passed into the openair through a separate pipe or duct.When the plug is disconnected the driving gas inflow to the transvector is interrupted, which ceasesto generate a low pressure, and the visual signal turns white. Simultaneously the integrated safetyvalve closes and prevents the anaesthetic gas in the exhaust pipe from flowing back.