In addition to respiratory machines, secretion aspirators are needed in large numbers to stabilize the lung function of patients with COVID-19 and other illnesses. Production of bronchial secretion aspirators equipped with Piab’s mini pump chip has increased.
This small two-stage ejector has a suction power of up to 1.61 cubic feet per minute at an operating pressure of 58 psi. This allows large amounts of secretions, blood and other fluids that impair lung function to be sucked out quietly. The pump reaches a maximum vacuum of -93 kPa and is particularly finely controllable due to its so-called butterfly valves, which regulate the air flow between the two stages of the ejector.
The chip ejector X10L mini pump is specially designed for medical vacuum technology and is particularly suitable for integration into medical devices such as bronchial secretion aspirators.
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