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7/19/2013 at 4:15:12 PM GMT
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Oxygen Supply Level

I run several multi-place chambers.  I am having a hard time getting the hospitals to increase their oxygen supply past 55 psi.  What are the supplies of other multiplace chambers.

 

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7/22/2013 at 6:24:07 PM GMT
Posts: 3

We have a multiplace chamber and our Oxygen is 80 psi.

Samantha Blalock, RRT, CHT



7/25/2013 at 3:22:54 PM GMT
Posts: 15
Hyperbaric oxygen supply

I appreciate your response.  Do you have your own oxygen farm or are you sharing the hospital supply?

 

Are you aware of any requirements for oxygen supply?  I am having a hard time finding anything on this subject, even in the NFPA guidelines.

 

Thanks Vince



7/30/2013 at 4:44:06 PM GMT
Posts: 4
We have 2 monoplace chambers and our O2 supply is 65psi and is separate from the hospital supply.    NFPA 99, 2012 edition, section 14.2.1.4.4.7 which addresses O2 supply may be helpful.


10/21/2013 at 3:48:08 PM GMT
Posts: 1
You may also want to contact whoever installed the oxygen piping system. A lot of times they will have a guideline on how much pressure you should be running according to their specs.


2/17/2014 at 5:26:31 PM GMT
Posts: 2
MMP= (Depth x .445) + OBP

MMP- Minimum Manifold Pressure
Depth- treatment depth in FSW (or use psig at treatment depth)
OPB – Over bottom pressure (manufacturers recommended psig for breathing regulator at 1ATA)


5/2/2014 at 1:38:16 AM GMT
Posts: 4
O2 supply
Our O2 supply is at around 72 PSI.  We have two Perry Sigma 40 monoplace chambers and a multiplace with capacity for 12.  Contact your building engineering dept and they should be able to increase it.


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