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What does Medical Gas Systems mean?

Medical Gases: Oxygen, nitrogen oxide, carbon dioxide, 4 Bar medical air, 7 Bar surgical air, mixed gases, pure nitrogen gas.


Using areas of Medical Gases


In healthcare facilities, medical gases are used in departments where surgical operations are performed, such as operating rooms, delivery rooms, intervention rooms, and in care and treatment areas such as intensive care, reanimation services, patient rooms, and to operate surgical instruments.



oksijen santrali, oksijen regülatörü, tüp tutucu, tüp rampası, kollektör, bakır kamçı, esnek bağlantı borusu bakır
Tüplü Santral Tam Otomaik Sistem

Manifolds: Pressure Reducing Panel, Cylinder Ramp, Cylinder Holder, Flexible Connection Pipe Copper


Since medical gas systems pose a direct risk to human life, the project design should be done with good engineering work, and the application should be done consciously and using technological, health-friendly, high quality materials.


What are the requirements?


Since medical gas systems pose a direct risk to human life, the project design should be done with good engineering work, and the application should be done consciously and using technological, health-friendly, high quality materials.

Therefore, system designs of medical gases, delivery of medical gases to the relevant gas sockets through pipe distribution lines, construction of medical vacuum and anesthetic waste gas systems require special attention and expertise.

Projects and applications must comply with national and international standards and regulations.

In addition, the system should be designed so that it is possible to adapt the system to technical developments and changes that will occur over time.

What are the purposes of gases?

1. Oxygen: Breathing, anesthesia and oxygen therapy

2. Nitrogen Protoxide: Anesthesia (put to sleep)

3. Medical Air 4 Bar: Respiratory support gas, anesthesia and breathing apparatus drilling turbine,

administering medication via steam and injecting it with a syringe

4. Surgical Air 7 Bar: Operating surgical instruments

5. Carbon dioxide: Physical therapy, incubators, laminar flow cabinets

6. Mixed Gases: Incubators, work cabinets

7. Pure Nitrogen: Operating and testing surgical instruments

8. Vacuum Plumbing: Bronchial suction, fixed drainage, intraoperative suction

9. Anesthetic Waste Gas Installation: Removing anesthesia gases from sleeping, waking and operation rooms

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