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Pressure regulators - REGFLOW TM

The REGFLOW pressure regulator, connected to an Oxygen or medical Air cylinder, is used to regulate the gas pressure by supplying the operating outlet with a controlled and stable pressure below its supply pressure. The pressure of the compressed gas cylinder can be read on the pressure gauge of the device. Combined with an RTM3 flowmeter with floating ball, the REGFLOW pressure regulator enables to adjust and measure the flow of a gas that is to be delivered to patients through the respiratory tract from a gas cylinder. Fitted with a quick-release connector it also enables to supply a ventilator or any other medical device with gas. Two connection systems to the gas cylinder are available: Bullnose fitting: for large cylinders (> 4 litres in water or 0.8 m3), Yoke pin-index fitting: universal system for small cylinders (< 4 litres in water or 0.8 m3).

Supply pressure: 200 bar
Outlet pressure: 4.5 bar
Piston type pressure regulator for a great reliability.
Single stage pressure regulator.
Integrated relief valve protected by the body of the pressure regulator thus ensuring its inviolability and its reliability.
Pressure gauge protected against shocks thanks to a plastic bumper.
Filter at the inlet to prevent the risks linked to high pressure.
Unit serial number engraved on the body of each pressure regulator ensuring its identification and traceability.
Device to be serviced every 5 years.

Gases: O2, (Also available in medical Air for AFNOR, DIN and NORDIC standards)
1.5 l/min (paediatric) – 5 l/min – 15 l/min – 30 l/min
With or without quick-release connector
With or without VENTURI TM ejector (OXAP)
Connexions system and standards:
– Bullnose fitting: AFNOR (French standard), BS (British standard), DIN (German standard), US OHMEDA (American standard), UNI (Italian standard), NORDIC (Scandinavian standard). Contact us for other standard.
– Yoke pin-index fitting: universal system