Medical gas manifolds are designed to supply the correct pressure and volume of gas from gas cylinders or tanks to a healthcare facility’s medical gas pipeline system. The typical medical gas manifold – for oxygen, N2O, CO2, or medical AIR – commonly consists, in accordance with EN ISO 7396-1 and HTM 02-01, of three sources, with automatic changeover from empty source to full source.
A liquid source is commonly used as the primary oxygen supply, while a dual-sided cylinder is used as a reserve supply-source. Medicop manifolds are specifically designed for optimal functionality and reliability, and offer users a number of very tangible advantages.
Medicop produces gas manifolds for facilities of all sizes and applications, from smaller clinics with just a single gas terminal unit up to the very biggest healthcare facilities and institutions with thousands of terminal units.
INTEGRATED LCD DISPLAY
All information on manifold status (pressure levels of each source, line pressure, alarm messages, gas consumption, event log and more) can be monitored on a single display, which in turn also enables all resulting information on medical gases to be forwarded to the central supervision unit.
The special conical shape of the cylinder connection, together with a convenient handle on all connecting points enables all empty cylinders to be changed without any tools whatsoever.
Filters and other waste components are smartly positioned for easy access, making regular service quick and easy.
FULL COMPATIBILITY, FOR EVERYONE
High-pressure connections are available for several different standards commonly used around the word (DIN, BS, NF, SS, Pin-Index, CGA and more).
Double line-pressure regulators and NIST inlets ensure the pipeline is properly and precisely supplied with gas, even during maintenance procedures or service work on any manifold components.
SAFETY FIRST, LAST AND ALWAYS
Special safety valves for each high-pressure source, together with separate line pressure safety valves ensures safety remains the highest priority.