Elder Demand valve for use with a mask, endotracheal tube, tracheotomy tube or esophageal airway.
The Elder Demand/Resuscitator Valve complies with AHA guidelines recommending that 100% oxygen be given to victims of a heart attack and/or smoke inhalation. The valve can be used in conjunction with a portable oxygen cylinder equipped with a pressure regulator or with a central oxygen source.
40 lpm Flow Rate (restricted flow): As required in demand mode, 0 – 40 lpm at 50 psig (344 kPa); in resuscitation mode, a constant flow of 40 lpm at 50 psig (344 kPa)
160 lpm Flow Rate: As required in demand mode, 0 – 160 lpm at 40 psig (275 kPa); in resuscitation mode, a constant flow of 160 lpm at 40 psig (275 kPa)
Delivery Pressure: 60±5 cm H 2 O unless otherwise indicated on the demand valve
Crack Pressure: – 1.0 in. H 2 O ( – 2.54 cm H 2 O)
Supply Pressure: 50 psig (344 kPa)
Operating Temperature: – 30° F to 125° F ( – 34.4 C to 51.7 C)
Storage Temperature: – 40° F to 160° F ( – 40 C to 71.1 C)
Inlet Fitting: standard 1/8″ NPT female
Filter: 2 micron sintered stainless steel
Outlet: 22 mm outside diameter x 15 mm inside diameter
Materials: housings and plastic parts – Valox, polyester; polysulfone; moving and adjusting parts – stainless steel; fasteners – steel, brass and aluminum, all plated for corrosion resistance; rubber parts (except oxygen hose) – silicone