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
No, this is a single use device, no attempt must be made to reuse the device on another patient or clean it internally. A mild soap solution may be used to clean the outside of the device taking care not to allow any liquid to enter either orifice.
No, it is not necessary to sterilise the Firesafe™ cannula valve or Firesafe™ Nozzle at any time and no attempt should be made to do so.
Shipping weights and dimensions are as follows: 100 Firesafe™ Cannula Valves: Mode of Supply: 5 bags of 20 in a box Dimensions: 18.6 cm x 12 cm x 4 cm Gross weight: 0.5 kg 3000 Firesafe™ Cannula Valves: 30 of the above boxes in a large carton Dimensions: 62 cm x 15 cm x 47 … Read more
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 827-0003.
Yes, the Firesafe Cannula Valve can be fitted to the small bore oxygen tubing inlet, whether that is fed into the CPAP ventilator or into a port in the patient breathing circuit. The temperatures of the gas delivered are very low in comparison to the activation temperature of the valve, so there is no risk of it … Read more
The Firesafe™ Cannula Valve/Firesafe™ Nozzle comprises a spring loaded valve probe contained within a moulded housing. In normal condition the valve is held open by means of a T‐bar arrangement on the valve probe at the downstream end that sits on a fusible ledge. The valve is actuated when the fusible ledge softens as a … Read more