Hospital equipment supplies: Chad CGA 870 Oxygen Regulator
The Chad CGA 870 Oxygen Regulator is in a class of respiratory hospital equipment supplies that provide users with a variety of liter flow alternatives from which to choose from.
· 100% quality QC tested in the United States.
· 20-micron, sintered-bronze inlet filter.
· All flows tested to accuracy within +/- 15% tolerances.
· Ergonomic T-handle allows easy tightening.
· FDA-recommended Viton and brass seal washers.
· Inlet pressure: 200-3000 PSI.
· Complies with ASTM-G175-03 promoted ignition tests.
· Outlet pressure: 50PSI.
· Choose from 0 to LMP or 0 to 15 LMP.
The ergonomic T-handle on this device makes tightening quick and painless. A sleek finish gives this piece of hospital equipment supplies some welcomed aesthetic appeal. This product has been inspected in the U.S.A. and found 100% compliant with quality control standards.
This unit is restricted for use by or on order of a healthcare provider. Some might see this is as a hindrance, but it’s done to guarantee the safety and well-being of users.
· Use only as prescribed by a doctor.
· Do not use to resuscitate non-breathing patients.
· Do not use with oil, grease or any other flammable material.
· Keep out of the reach of children.
· Do not smoke in an area where oxygen is in use.
· Do not use hospital equipment supplies such as this oxygen regulator unless you have been trained in its proper use or are under the supervision of someone who has.
· If the pressure relief valve on the underside of the regulator begins to vent oxygen, turn off the system and remove the unit until it can be serviced.
· Check and install the cylinder using instructions of qualified personnel.
· Make sure to purge the cylinder valve seat of debris.
· Check the regulator for oil or grease. If these are visible, do not use.
· Make sure the sealing washer is in place on the yoke inlet.
· Slip the yoke over the cylinder post and fit the pins into the holes on the cylinder valve.
· The pins should fit easily into these holes.
· Turn the T-handle clockwise until the screw point is seated in the dimple on the cylinder valve.
· Be sure the regulator is tightened snugly onto the cylinder ·Attach the oxygen supply tubing to the barbed outlet connection.
· Make sure that the regulator is in the off position by rotating the knob counterclockwise to the 0 position.
· Make sure you are not directly in front of or behind the regulator when opening the cylinder valve.
· Turn the cylinder valve on slowly counterclockwise, about one full turn.
· If you can hear a hissing sound, there is a leak in the system.
· Turn the cylinder off and turn the regulator on to relieve any built-up pressure.
· Try tightening the regulator to the cylinder and opening the cylinder again.
· If this does not help, shut the system down again and contact a technician.
· Never attempt to repair a regulator or cylinder by yourself.
· Adjust the flow rate setting by turning the knob clockwise until the desired setting shows through the window.
· If the cylinder pressure drops below 300 PSI, you should exchange the cylinder for a full one.
· To turn off the system, close the cylinder valve, wait for oxygen to flow out of the regulator, and turn regulator to the 0 position.
· Never try to remove the regulator unless the cylinder is off and the pressure has been relieved.