Penlon has introduced a range of compact anaesthetic machines for medical facilities where space is at a premium
26th September 2016
The Prima 440 and Prima 445 anaesthetic machines only measure 500 mm wide and weigh in at 12 kg, making them ideal for induction rooms and small theatres.
Prima 440 table-top model can be easily and safely moved within your theatre suite, or transported by road to other sites within your hospital group. The Prima 445 model is designed for mounting on standard medical wall-rail systems, but has the added advantage of being easy to dismount for transfer to another theatre if required.
Both models use a proven three-gas flow tube control system with an integrated AHD unit and audio and visual oxygen failure alarms. Auxiliary oxygen and air outlets are provided as standard. The devices are easy to use and maintain and are fully compliant with the requirements of ISO 80601-2-13 and the Restrictions of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive.
Each model comes with a single-station backbar for use with a Penlon Sigma Delta, or other Selectatec® compatible vaporizer. The Sigma Delta delivers accurate concentrations under varying conditions of ﬂow rate and temperature, particularly at low ﬂow. This award-winning vaporizer has an unrivalled reputation worldwide for low-cost operation, stability and reliability.
Prima 440 and Prima 445 provides optimum performance in an ultra-compact footprint and are designed and manufactured in the UK by Britain’s largest manufacturer of anaesthesia equipment.
Penlon is a long established UK medical device company, initially a start-up venture in the Nuffield Department of Anaesthesia at Oxford University and now with headquarters and manufacturing based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. The key areas of business are Anaesthesia, Intubation, Suction and Oxygen Therapy and these are supported by our experienced Technical Service team. Penlon has a strong UK presence and is represented in over 90 countries worldwide.