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Aspira Plus Aspirator - with double pump and reusable autoclaveable bottle
The new model ASPIRA is a professional surgical aspirator, for medical and surgical use. Suitable for use in health care facilities such as hospitals, for home care and for pharyngeal suctioning. In compliance with ISO 10079-1 standard. The declared flow has been tested and validated by TÜV Rheinland.
• Case built with top quality plastics, ensuring robustness during heavy duty applications• Reduced weight for easier transport with the integrated handle• Bottle holder can be placed on the right or on the left side of the device, housing a one-litre graduated PC bottle• PC bottle and silicone connection tubes can be sterilised for optimum hygiene• Fits a hydrophobic antibacterial high efficiency filter• An additional bottle and holder (to be supplied separately) can be applied to the unit allowing the aspiration a bigger volume of secretions• Patented ASPICOMFORT system allows fi ne control of the suction level• Vacuum regulator knob permits to adjust the vacuum level shown on the gauge without impairing the flow ensuring the optimum comfort to the patient during treatment• Switch is protected against the penetration of liquids by means of aproper cover• Pump is connected directly to the external housing to prevent secretions accidentally spilling inside reducing the possibility of condensation or incorrect suctioning performed without filterSpecial Features• Adjustable vacuum level• Silent• Bottle holder• Sterilisable bottle and tubes• Heavy duty• Real flow 13.5 LPM for the Single Pump model• Real flow 20 LPM for the Double Pump model
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