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And its affiliates, Murrysville, PA, USA. This section will deal with the provision of MA by compressors. The basic components of MA generation are the same as those found in any industrial compressed air system: a compressor, a receiver for the storage of gas and some form of regulator to monitor and control the pressure in the pipeline (Fig. 20). Where MA production differs is in the degree of conditioning applied to the raw compressed air before it is administered to the patient. Compressors for MA plant can be any of three types: reciprocating, Archimedean screw or rotary vane.
The specification for the design of terminal units and their probes was originally set in 1978 (BS 5682) and upgraded in 1998 (BS EN 739:1998 ‘Low pressure hose assemblies for use with medical gasses’) – this is now in the process of being superseded by a new standard: BS EN ISO 9170–1:2008. Current legislation specifies that the terminal unit should consist of two sections: 1. A termination assembly permanently attached to the appropriate pipeline 2. A socket assembly containing the quick connect probe socket, commonly known as a Schrader socket in the UK.
The basic function of a liquid oxygen vessel is to store cryogenic oxygen at −183°C, in what is effectively a vacuum flask; the inner vessel being made from stainless steel and the outer from carbon steel. Between the two vessels is a vacuum and the space is filled with a high- 14 performance insulating material. The vessel and its associated controls are commonly known as a VIE (vacuum insulated evaporator). Liquid oxygen sits in the bottom of the vessel whilst the gaseous oxygen floats above it at a pressure of 12–20 bar.