Drive 870 Pediatric Oxygen Regulator
Drive 870 Pediatric Oxygen Regulator

Drive 870 Pediatric Oxygen Regulator

Brand/Manufacturer: DRIVE MEDICAL
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This product is on backorder and will be available to purchase once it is back in stock.

Drive 870 Pediatric  Oxygen Regulator offers the same function as standard regulators while facilitating an easier fit into oxygen carry bags. It is easy-to-operate single selector knob. It features a protective contents gauge and a built-in pressure relief valve for safety.

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  • Drive 870 Pediatric Oxygen Regulator  is lightweight and durable
  • For use with: M2 through E Cylinders
  • Meet or exceed accuracy standards for ASTM, American National, and CGA
  • Easy to operate single selector knob
  • Inlet Pressure: 300 - 3,000 PSI
  • Outlet pressure: 50 PSI
  • UL Approved
  • Liter Flow Increments: 0.03, 0.06, 0.12, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4
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  • How to set up:
    - Inspect the cylinder following the instructions of your gas supplier. Be sure to purge the cylinder valve seat of debris
    - Inspect the regulator for oil or grease. If these are visible, DO NOT use the regulator
    - Be sure the sealing washer is in place on the inlet to the regulator
    - Slip the yoke over the cylinder post and fit the pins into the holes on the cylinder valve. The pins should fit easily into these holes
    - Turn the T-Handle clockwise until the screw point is seated in the dimple on the cylinder valve. Be sure the regulator is tightened securely onto the cylinder
    - Attach the oxygen supply tubing to the barb or DISS outlet of the regulator
  • Usage:
    - Be sure the regulator is in the off position by rotating the knob counterclockwise to the 0 position
    - For safety, be sure you are not directly in front of or behind the regulator when opening the cylinder valve
    - SLOWLY turn the cylinder valve (counter-clockwise) about one full turn
    - If you can hear a hissing sound, there is a leak in the system. Turn the cylinder off and turn the regulator on to relieve any built uppressure. Try tightening the regulator to thecylinder and opening the cylinder again.If this does not help, shut the system downagain and contact a service representative.NEVER attempt to repair a regulator orcylinder yourself
    - Adjust the flow rate setting by turning theknob clockwise until the prescribed settingshows through the window
    - If the cylinder pressure falls below 300PSI, you should exchange the cylinder fora full one
    - Use only on breathing patients
    - Do not smoke in an area where oxygen is inuse


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