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EN 80601-2-13 in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product
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EN 80601-2-13 in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product
EN 80601-2-13 in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product
EN 80601-2-13 in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product
EN 80601-2-13 in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product
EN 80601-2-13 in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product
EN 80601-2-13 in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product
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Old 13th October 2017, 05:40 AM
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Please Help! EN 80601-2-13 in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product

I have some issue with the above standard in relation to an AGSS (Scavenging) product we are having tested.

Para 201.103.3.1.3 Flow resistance The pressure drop across a LOW-FLOW TRANSFER AND RECEIVING SYSTEM shall be
not less than 10 hPa (10 cmH2O) at 50 l/min,
not greater than 20 hPa (20 cmH2O) at 25 l/min.

I cannot see why we need to have what is in effect a built in back pressure on the exhaust port of the anesthetic system.

Any body able to clarify why this is there?


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