HYPERBARIC OXYGEN SUPPLY SYSTEMS and SERVICES

PCCI Hyperbaric Systems offers a complete line of code-compliant oxygen service solutions from the very small to the very large. We pioneered the development of the portable liquid cylinder oxygen service for monoplace chambers vastly increasing the number of sites where a hyperbaric service can be installed.

 

We also pioneered the integration of oxygen generation capability into a hyperbaric facility

thus allowing the facility to operated independent of local oxygen supplies. 

MHC1 Oxygen Manifold

MHC1 Oxygen Manifold

The MHCI Manifold is designed for hospital-grade, NFPA compliant medical gas supply systems. It provides High Flow capacity with minimal pressure loss. It is designed to utilize portable liquid oxygen tanks to provide high capacity without the limitations associated with a bulk oxygen system. It will support applications that require variable flow rates from no flow to full flow. APPLICATIONS: NFPA compliant oxygen supply systems for Hyperbaric clinics and small hospitals.

Monoplace Air Ventilation Package

Monoplace Air Ventilation Package

A product line that was introduced in early 1995, and is most pleased with, is the Monoplace Air Ventilation Package. This equipment converts conventional oxygen ventilation Monoplace chambers to air ventilation. This enables clinics that desire to use Monoplace chambers as a treatment modality a greater flexibility in how and where the clinic can operate. This equipment also makes Monoplace chambers economically viable in areas where oxygen is expensive.

ODS1

ODS1

The ODS1 is used to supply breathing oxygen to a patient while using air as the chamber pressurization gas (saving money and increasing safety) or for supplying air with oxygen as the chamber gas (ideal for air breaks). FEATURES: "Set and Forget"controls - supply and exhaust flow controls are simple and easy to use. Flowmeter float positions are not affected by chamber pressure. Once adjusted for a particular treatment, no other control changes are required in response to changes in chamber.