The D-Vapor® offers the established level of dosage performance under all conceivable circumstances. When the D-Vapor is taken off the anesthesia system, the agent reservoir is hermetically tight and the devices can be transported in any position without prior draining. The 300 ml reservoir capacity allows plenty spare volume for refilling from modern large agent bottles.
As expected the Dräger D-Vapor® is free from re-calibration and overhaul. The light weight of less than 6 kg, a wide range of agent delivery up to 18 Vol % and agent dosage after power failure ensures ergonomic and safe handling. All common mounting systems are available.
Dräger Vapor 2000
The Vapor 2000 is a vaporizer for volatile anesthetic agents with excellent performance. Originally developed for the extreme requirements of mobile army surgical units, these demanding ambient specifications benefit the normal, daily clinical routine in anesthesia.
Moreover this offers clear handling advantages. It is simple to fill and large enough to hold a full bottle of anesthetic agent once the minimum mark has been reached. In addition, it can be turned to the "T-setting" and this does not have to be emptied prior to transport.
2 months ago
Can the steckadapter be removed from an ISO vaporizer and put on a sevo vaporizer Reply
6 months ago
looking for schematic of Drager vapor 2000, internal and external thanks youReply
-J Scot Mackeil CBET
a year ago
|factory PM procedure for vapor 2000|
if anyone has an actual copy of the PM procedure for the dragger vapor 2000 vaporizer, could you email me a pdf copy? to email@example.com thanks in advance if you do. J scot Mackeil cbetReply
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