Choosing an Oxygen Distribution System

When a natural disaster or mass casualty event strikes, a mass oxygen distribution system is a life-saving necessity.  Penn Care is proud to offer the best selection of mass oxygen distribution systems and solutions on the market.  We offer three options- click on the tabs below to view the different products available at Penn Care.

  • Administer oxygen immediately from high pressure gas cylinders or liquid oxygen VGL sources
  • Choose from any combination of flow meters to meet specific incident demands
  • Interface circuits allow for seamless switching between high or low pressure (LOX) sources with no interruption in 02 administration
  • Oxygenation for up to 27 hours at 150LPM with a 280 liter tank
  • Accommodates up to 20 patients at once
  • No need to stop oxygen distribution while refilling
  • 5 year warranty from manufacturer
  • Provides a Single Staging Point for Multiple Patients (7 Patients per Kit)
  • Single Gas Source Connects to Multi-Outlet Manifold
  • Sturdy Base Stores 20 Feet of Oxygen Hose
  • Each outlet provides 0- 25 LPM
  • Built-In Regulator Allows for Gas Pressure Adjustment
  • Watertight, Protective Hard Case
  • Kit is clearly Marked for Easy Identification
  • Provides for the rapid triage deployment of six (0 to 25 LPM) Flowmeters that can run off the ambulances onboard oxygen system
  • The flexibility of individually controlling each patient’s LPM requirement
  • All-Metal Flowmeters are extremely durable and are non-gravity sensitive
  • The entire system will run off any 50 PSI oxygen source capable of delivering 150 LPM
  • Unique 20 ft leader hose provides clearance from the ambulance before the first independent flowmeter
  • Unique 6 ft spaces between each flowmeter to provide space to treat each patient with 50 ft overall length
  • Unique 2 way swivel tee configuration
  • Unique lanyards at each flowmeter for hanging on IV poles or wall brackets
  • Includes a compact canvas carrying case

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