What is an oxygen manometer?
Oxygen manometer price
The oxygen manometer, or oxygen regulator, is mounted on top of the oxygen capsule and regulates the flow of oxygen gas out of the medical oxygen capsule to deliver the correct amount of oxygen to the patient.
Manometra oxygen allows you to adjust the liter flow of oxygen by a flowmeter from 1 to 25 liters per minute.
Most people use an oxygen manometer with a capacity of 0 to 8 liters per minute or 0 to 15 liters per minute (LPM) in their personal medical oxygen capsule.
Emergency personnel often use an oxygen manometer from 0 to 25 liters per minute to deliver more oxygen to the patient in an emergency.
Manometra oxygen is usually made of brass and aluminum to be safe, durable and light at high pressures.
Oxygen manometers can be connected to a humidifier and are often equipped with a humidifier.
After leaving the manometer, oxygen gas passes through this glass containing distilled or boiled water to deliver moist and pleasant air to the patient.
The function of the oxygen manometer
Industrial oxygen manometer
The first function of this medical manometer is to break or reduce the pressure of the oxygen gas inside the oxygen capsule.
Because oxygen gas is stored inside a medical oxygen capsule under very high pressure, it can not be used in the same way and its pressure must be reduced to be breathable.
Manometra oxygen after delivering the initial pressure inside the capsule must now be delivered to the patient.
To do this, it must adjust the outlet oxygen pressure to a suitable level.
Different patients should receive different amounts of oxygen as prescribed by their doctor, and this amount can be adjusted by an oxygen manometer.
Different parts of oxygen manometer
Oxygen manometer pressure gauge
The pressure gauge is a circular display located at the top of the oxygen manometer that shows the pressure inside the medical oxygen capsule or the inlet pressure to the oxygen manometer in terms of PSI and load.
With this gauge you can control the amount of oxygen pressure inside your oxygen capsule.
Oxygen manometer flowmeter
As mentioned, the flowmeter is responsible for regulating the oxygen gas output from the manometer, in other words, it shows the amount of oxygen output from the manometer.
Flowmeters installed in oxygen manometers regulate the flow of oxygen in liters per minute.
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