Vacuum regulators - RVTM3
The vacuum regulator is used to measure and adjust the vacuum level within the context of medical suction. It enables to drain substances out of the patient’s body during surgical procedures. The vacuum regulator should be connected to a vacuum source on the wall either using a direct probe or a rail mounting system. It should be associated with a collection jar and a suction hose.
Continuous vacuum regulator.
Compact, strong and ergonomic device.
Manual adjustment of the vacuum gauge from -45° to +45° for a better visibility.
Vacuum gauge protected by a plastic housing.
ON/OFF switch-button providing a quick restoration of the pre-adjusted vacuum level.
Central regulation knob with a free rotation at the end of the course (impossible blocking).
Quick adjustment: 2.5 turns are enough to reach the maximum vacuum level.
Comfort of use: the needle of the vacuum gauge follows the motion of the control knob, either to increase or to decrease the vacuum level.
Supplied as a standard with a 100 ml safety jar equipped with a mechanical anti-overflow safety valve and a single-use antibacterial plastic filter up-front. Made of polycarbonate, autoclavable up to 134°C and unbreakable, this safety jar does not require any sterilization except in case of accidental liquids’ overflow or perforated filter. Money and time savings are guaranteed!
Fixing of the safety jar by an easy-click rotation.
Rotation of the safety jar to avoid any pinch of the tubing.
3 in 1 system (patented)
Device with a metal outlet tubing nipple integrated in the body of the regulator: for a better safety, emergency suctions can even be processed if running out of stock of filters or safety jars.
Easy & safe maintenance.
Quick and easy replacement of the vacuum gauge.
A unit serial number is laser engraved on the body of each vacuum regulator ensuring its identification and traceability.
8 digits number indicating the manufacturing year and month as well as the unit serial number.
Available vacuum levels:
0-600 mbar/hPa, 0-400 mmHg,
0-1000 mbar/hPa, 0-760 mmHg.
Configurations: single and twin.
Colors: yellow and grey
Standards: AFNOR (French standard), BS (British standard), DIN (German standard), US OHMEDA (American standard), UNI (Italian standard), NORDIC (Scandinavian standard), CARBUROS METALICOS (Spanish standard), DISS (American standard), Czech standard and Korean/Japanese standard. Contact us for other standard.