Sechrist Industries Approved Chamber Cleaners document (P/N 100397 Rev 2): is the most up to date listing of cleaners which have been tested and approved to be utilized on Sechrist monoplace hyperbaric chambers. Specifically, these products have been tested and deemed safe for use on the acrylic cylinder. These are the only cleaning agents that should be used on the Sechrist acrylic cylinders. Since information is becoming available daily, we suggest that your facility keep in contact with the manufacturer of the cleaning agent utilized to determine any new information available about the effectiveness against novel coronavirus. We also suggest that each healthcare facility should utilize the CDC website to review information for Healthcare Professionals and Resources for Healthcare Facilities. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Supply Chain Notification : Sechrist Industries has reviewed if there is any potential impact to our supply chain as well as the production of our respiratory and hyperbaric products. The Sechrist Supply Chain team has been in contact with all of our suppliers and at this time there is no issue with the continuity of items from our suppliers.
Our team is continuing to monitor the situation and we are committed to continuing our supply to you, our valued customer.
Specifically designed for low flow general purpose applications
Accuracy*: +/- 3%
Maximum Flow: 40 LPM
Bleed Flow: 2.5 – 4.5 LPM @ 8 LPM
FIO2 Range: .21 + .01 to 1.0
Gas Supply Range: 50 psig +/- 20 psig
Sechrist Air / Oxygen gas mixers Model 20457-1 provides for precise mixing of air and oxygen for many clinical applications. Models 20457-1 and 20459-1 are low flow mixers designed for low flow general applications. 20457-1 utilizes a wall mount configuration and 20459-1 provides for pole mounting.
0 – 15 LPM flowmeter
water trap assembly
14 ft. air hose (not CE marked)
14 ft. oxygen hose (not CE marked)
*NOTE: Mixers will maintain the delivered FIO2 within + 1 percentage point of the selected value even with fluctuations in supply pressures. An additional 2% variance may result from the readability of the set point and scale error.