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07/01/2022

Should You Repair or Replace Your Medical Vacuum System?

Making the right choice about repairing or replacing a pump ensures your medical vacuum system meets the NFPA 99 Health Care Facilities Code and safeguards your peace of mind. Good maintenance decisions can minimize the upfront and long-term costs of equipment. This is especially true for life-sustaining technology, like a...

07/01/2022

Sizing Your Central Medical Vacuum System

When you know your medical vacuum system well, it’s obvious when the system is struggling. Maybe the pumps run constantly, or cycle on and off too frequently.  This blog will focus on central medical vacuum system size and design, and how it can affect your system’s performance. We’ll cover the...

06/15/2022

Central Medical Vacuum Pump Technology

CENTRAL MEDICAL VACUUM PUMP TECHNOLOGY With today’s medical vacuum pump technology, a facility can strengthen its operations with better reliability and functionality. A high-quality vacuum system with the right features gives your healthcare facility a competitive advantage. Before purchasing a medical vacuum system, a buyer should fully understand the standard,...

05/26/2022

Servicing Your Central Medical Vacuum System

Healthcare and laboratory professionals rely on medical systems to provide patients with much-needed critical care. By properly servicing your medical vacuum system, you help them succeed in their roles. After all, superior care requires superior equipment. This blog will explore the maintenance needs of several vacuum systems, explain the benefits...

05/20/2022

Life-Sustaining Central Medical Vacuum Control Panel Features

Facilities managers in charge of a hospital’s vacuum system rely on the central medical vacuum control panel as part of their job. The panel represents the “brains” of the vacuum system, and staff use it to monitor, manage, and maintain vacuum pressure when and where it’s needed throughout a facility....