The Series 3 is a temperature compensating, out of circuit vaporiser in a traditional design, familiar to most veterinary practitioners. Calibrated specifically for the specified anaesthetic drug using a laser refractometer.
Choose from the standard taper mounted fitting (cage mount) or the quick release option; allowing you to easily swap the vaporiser to different anaesthetic machines throughout the practice. Additional quick release compatibility blocks will be required for each anaesthesia machine. (Available separately)
Key filled or Funnel (Pour fill)
Key filled systems require the addition of key filler adaptors but are generally safer and have a lot less wastage compared to standard funnel filled vaporisers, saving you money in the long run.
Calibrated specifically for the specified anaesthetic drug using a laser refractometer.
Temperature, flow, and duration of use compensation.
Safety lock to help prevent accidental turn-on of dial.
Unique colour coded parts relevant to drug bottle colour to prevent errors when administering the anaesthetic agent.
A one piece sump for added strength.
Compact wick system for increased drug capacity.
Manufactured in lightweight aluminium.
Key or funnel filled options
Quick release options
Normal working range
Fresh gas flow -200cc to 15 litres/minute period
Ambient temperature -18°c to 35°c
Resistance to gas flow
5cm H²O at "OFF" setting at 5 litre/minute oxygen
21-29cm H²O when delivering vapour in 5 litre/minute oxygen at 21°c
Calibrated at 22°c.
Fluctuations in temperature, flow rate, and duration of use is automatically compensated for during use.
When used with the I.P.P.V. the variation in outputs is negligible.
Amount of anaesthetic drug to fully charge the vaporiser = 150ml
Amount retained by the wick system = 60ml
Weight & Dimensions
Weight = 4kg
Height = 185mm
Depth = 140mm
Width = 135mm
Manufactured in the UK.
Vaporisers should be returned to Burtons periodically for servicing. The interval between services will be dependent upon the type of agent and how much usage the unit is subject to, but as a minimum the vaporiser should be serviced at least once in every three years.
Our on site service engineers are equipped with gas analysers to validate the output of your vaporiser whilst servicing your anaesthetic machine, if the output is outside acceptable tolerances they will suggest the vaporiser is service exchanged.
We understand that most users cannot be without their vaporiser when servicing is required. To avoid this inconvenience a service exchange scheme is operated by our service centre.
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Why is an Equipment Care Plan The Right Thing for your Vital Equipment?
Planned preventative maintenance is your best defence against sudden failure of vital, frequently used equipment. Much of the equipment we see in practice today has been recycled and is of an age where failure of components is highly likely unless routine maintenance is carried out.
By regularly having your equipment serviced you are extending the life of your equipment and ensuring it is working to its full ability
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