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System 1025 Fast Flow Blood and Fluid Warmer

ProductsSystem 1025 Fast Flow Blood and Fluid Warmer
Company Smiths-Level 1, Inc.
Item System 1025 Fast Flow Blood and Fluid Warmer
Features Pressure Chambers:
  • Accommodates all standard blood and solution bags
  • Constant 300 torr pressure is applied and maintained
  • On/Off toggle switch automatically pressurizes chamber
  • Heat Exchanger:
  • Aluminum heat exchanger transfers heat 1000 times faster than plastic at high flows
  • Counter current 42°C circulating water bath for effective and stable heat
  • Patient Line (D-60HL & DI-60HL):
  • The circulating water bath prevents warmed fluids from cooling under low-flow conditions
  • Description The gold standard for rapid infusion.

    A truly universal machine that handles your toughest and most unpredictable cases, delivering warm fluids as fast as 60,000 ml/hr or as slow as 75 ml/hr. High performance disposables are designed for fast, easy set up.
    Info Smiths-Level 1, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 553-8351
    Web site: http://www.smiths-level1.com/home.htm

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