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- CONOXIA® – Medicinal Oxygen
- NIONTIX® – Medicinal Nitrous Oxide
- ENTONOX® – Medicinal Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Mixture
- AIRAPY® – Medicinal Air
- INOmax® – Medicinal Inhaled Nitric Oxide
- EXCIDIO® – Nitrous Oxide Converter
- LIV® – Linde Integrated Valve
- VENTYO® – Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Blender
- Central Gas Equipment
- Central Gas System
- Equipment for Cryogenic Storage
- HBO – Hyperbaric Oxygen
- Liquid Oxygen Containers
- Intermediate Care
- Information for the Public & Patients
Central gas equipment from Linde Healthcare is an important part of the whole supply system for medical gases. It ensures that the medicinal product medical gas reaches the patient safely, without interruption and in accordance with applicable requirements and rules regarding quality.
Gas Manifold - MQ Station
MQ Station is a gas manifold that ensures that the supply of medical gases takes place without interruption. In the event of an interruption or a gas source becoming empty, the MQ Station automatically switches over to a functioning/full gas source.
Stabilizer- SQ Unit
The SQ Unit is a stabilizer that minimizes any pressure variations in the gas pipe network before the point of consumption in various buildings and departments at the hospital.
Pressure watch - CCB Unit
The CCB Unit is a pressure monitor installed in the ward for continuous monitoring and easy-access quick shut off of the medical gases. The CCB Unit warns of pressure that is too high and too low with a visual and acoustic alarm, and reserve gas can be connected in the event of interruptions.
Pressure monitor - CCB Monitor
The CCB Monitor is a pressure monitor installed on the ward for continuous monitoring and easy-access quick shut off of the medical gases. It also has a built-in function that controls the operating pressure of oxygen so that it is always higher than the operating pressure for nitrous oxide.
Shut-off valve box - AVS Unit
The AVS Unit is an emergency shut-off valve box that is installed on the ward for easy-access quick shut-off of the medical gases in a limited part of the central gas supply system, for example in an emergency situation or during maintenance.