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Where should firebreaks be installed?

We recommend two firebreaks are installed. The first should be close to the patient e.g. at the interface to a nasal cannula with a very short or no extension tubing. The second should be placed close to the source of supply.

What quantities are available and can I get a different amount?

Firesafe™ Cannula Valves are available in boxes of 100 units, which comprise 5 bags of 20 in each box. Only multiples are 100 are available, part number 827-2001. Please note that bags of 20 are marked with part number 827-0004 but these cannot be purchased from BPR Medical. Firesafe™ Nozzles are available in blister packs … Read more

Do Firesafe™ devices affect the oxygen flow rate?

The Firesafe™ Cannula Valve and Firesafe™ Nozzle have been carefully designed to minimise resistance to the flow of oxygen. Considering the worst case – an oxygen concentrator with a non-backpressure compensated flowmeter calibrated at atmospheric pressure. If two Firesafe™ valves were installed in series, at an oxygen flow of 5 l/min, the actual oxygen flow … Read more

How many Firesafe™ devices can be fitted into an oxygen circuit?

Where an oxygen concentrator is being used, it is recommended to install a Firesafe™ Nozzle at the interface between with the concentrator oxygen outlet and the oxygen tubing to isolate the oxygen supply at source in the event of a fire. A Firesafe™ Cannula Valve should then be installed close to patient, normally at a position … Read more

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