Vacutron Suction Regulators by Chemetron: Continuous/Intermittent, Surgical, High Vacuum Inset: Low Vacuum Model, Pediatric Continuous/Intermittent Inset: Pediatric Continuous Model, Continuous, Intermittent.
Smaller in size, but big on benefits. It offers advantages that include:
Slimmer line saves space, yet model is more durable than ever.
Maintenance is easy. Clean flushing with cold sterilant.
Weight-bearing brass post prevents case from cracking. Various inlet and outlet fittings insure compatibility with existing fixtures in any medical facility.
Easy access ON/OFF Soft-Touch knob gives full-line capability on the surgical model.
Color-coded, glow-in-the-dark gauge face provides easy readability under any conditions. Gauge is secured by a screw for durability.
0-300 mm Hg is achieved easily with minimal turning of the knob. Vacuum-limiting valve on the continuous model limits vacuum at approximately 320 mmHg to prevent potential tissue damage.
New larger Soft-Touch knob for quick, fumble-free action to regulate vacuum level as specified for each model. Exposed bottom allows easy thumb-wheel adjustment.
Over sized knob for easy operation.
This CONTINUOUS "General Patient" Suction Regulator is designed to give accurate, precise control of vacuum up to 200mm HG and full vacuum of 300mm hg from a centrally piped source. Vacuum levels are indicated on a color-coded, glow in the dark 2" gauge. New over-sized knob for easy adjustment with just one full turn of the knob. Operational vacuum source range 12-30Hg. Unit can be cleaned by flushing with cold sterilant. Connects to most medical Gas/ Vac wall outlets with a choice of optional adapter fittings including DISS-F, Chemetron Male Quick-connect, Ohmeda Male Quick-connect, Ό NPT Female, Oxyquip, & Puritan.
New Soft-Touch knobs
Can be sterilized internally with cold disinfectant
Two-year warranty; extended warranty available
Accurate, precise vacuum control
Impact-resistant internal components
Wide variety of inlet and outlet fittings
Stable settings, even with fluctuations in source vacuum