Medical gas supply systems are essential for resuscitation and intensive care units, operating rooms, emergency rooms, hospital wards, etc.
When placing, all conditions shall be taken into consideration: the hospital profile, gas consumption volumes, requirements for gas composition, location, premises parameters, etc.
The medical organization receives an adequate supply of oxygen without the need for daily replacement of oxygen cylinders.
Use of modern automatic equipment and a central control system allows monitoring of the oxygen reserve, decreases the risk of leakage and allows timely replenish liquid oxygen and other gases.
99.5% of oxygen at the end point of consumption for further use in gas mixtures in the required concentration is provided by liquid oxygen - the main source, optimal design, use of high-tech equipment, and high-quality work, excluding gas losses on the way of its delivery from the ramp to the console.
The risks associated with presence of cylinders with oxygen and other gases in the places of its use are excluded.
In addition, safety is ensured by availability of control and shutdown, gear devices, a control system, a control unit with integrated sound and light alarm systems and automatic shut-off valves.
For stable operation of modern medical equipment, it is important to ensure uninterrupted supply of medical gases and compressed air of the required pressure and high purity class, excluding any bacterial impurities and other contaminants content.
The system functions in strict compliance with the regulations in force in the Republic of Kazakhstan: the rules of sanitary and epidemiological control, fire safety, GOST requirements, taking into account the requirements of national and European standards and practices, as well as production instructions, technical instructions and project conditions.
Depending on the Customer’s needs, the individual design solutions are implemented, an ergonomic design and modern peripheral technologies and equipment are selected.
The complex has a central control unit - a computer control room with the ability to monitor and control the hospital's medical gases system.
All consumers of medical gases in the hospital are divided into zones through distribution panels, and in the places of consumption (wards, operating rooms, etc.) appropriate equipment is installed with gas connectors and automatic shut-off valves that close when oxygen therapy is completed.
This guarantees a long service life of the equipment by reducing the intensity of wear in strict compliance with all safety standards and regulations.
The risks associated with the "human factor" are reduced, and it also becomes possible to optimize use of personnel.
The customer gets the opportunity to gradually equip or enhance the system in case of increase in the need of a medical organization for oxygen and changes in working conditions (increasing bed capacity, opening new departments, introducing new technologies, reorganization, changing the profile of a hospital, etc.).