New Hospivac 400 is a surgical aspirator power-fed at 230V ~ / 50Hz, to be used for suctioning body liquids (such as mucus, phlegm and blood) provided with 4 antistatic wheels, two of which with braking device, and a pulling handle.
This equipment is designed for easy transport and continuous utilization.
Thanks to these characteristics and to its functions, this device is particularly suitable for utilization in hospital wards and operation theatres both for suctioning body liquids and for gynaecological and dermatological (liposuction) applications.
It’s provided with a plastic body, with thermal and electrical isolation in compliance with European safety standards, two complete suction tanks in polycarbonate suitable for sterilization, and a float valve, besides being fitted with a suction regulator and a vacuum gauge on the front panel. Versions fitted with footswitch control and flux deviator are available on request.
The electronic management system fitted on the front panel allows to perform suction by means of the footswitch control as well as to suction liquids in both tanks provided without having to switch the equipment off to reconnect the second tank.
Feeding 230 V / 50 Hz. It has a power consuption 300 VA and fuse at 1 x 4 A 250V. With ISO 10079-1 high vacuum / high flow.
Maximum suction aspiration -0.90 Bar and maximum suction flow 90 l/min. With functioning continuous, 20 Kg weight and dimensions 470 x 740 (h) x 430 mm.
The standard accessories are 8x14 mm tubes set, a probe connector, an antibacterial filter and an aspiration Jar 2000cc.
On Demand Accessories is the aspiration jar 4000cc, the remote control and the jar selector.
The certificates & standards are the class II Device (Double Safety Insulation), the type B device (device with specific protection against electrical hazards), reference to standards, electric Safety Standards EN 60601-1, electromagnetic compatibility according to EN 60601-1-2, safety requirements for Electrically powered suction equipment UNI EN ISO 10079-1 and class IIa Medical Device according to 93/42/EEC "medical device" directive.