Medical Air

Medical Air

Medical Air refers to a clean supply of compressed air used in hospitals and healthcare facilities for patient respiration. It is free of contamination and particles, has no oil or odors, and is dry to prevent water buildup in your facility’s pipeline.

When a patient is in the operating room, whether it’s an emergency or not, a surgeon relies on medical air to keep the patient comfortable and breathing. Medical air sources are connected to the medical air distribution system only. They are used only for air in applying human respiration and calibration of medical devices for respiratory application.

Instrument Air

Medical Instrument Air is compressed air purified to meet the requirements of the Instrument Society of America and NFPA as an alternative to Nitrogen. Instrument Air can support multiple medical applications, including driving surgical tools, operating pneumatic brakes and tables, central sterile supply, and laboratory air.

Smaller operations that do not want to have a separate compressor and piping line use pure nitrogen out of cylinders for this purpose.



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Package: Bulk and on the request in 25 or 50 kg bags.

Guaranteed shelf life: 6 months.

Should be stored under cover.