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cal sodada SODABSORB(bidon 5Lts)

cal sodada SODABSORB em bidon de 5Lts para "canister" de anestesia gasosa.

( Grace )
€22,50 (Incluindo 0 % IVA)

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Grace SODASORB® Medical Grade CO2 absorbent complies fully with the United States Pharmacopeia – National Formulary specifications for carbon dioxide absorbents. SODASORB® is intended for professional use in anesthesia ircuits/systems and respiratory therapy equipment for the purpose of removing exhaled carbon dioxide from a breathing circuit.

 

COMPOSITION

Grace SODASORB® Medical Grade CO2 absorbent is a pelletized compound consisting primarily of hydrated lime (Ca(OH)2) blended with a small quantity of sodium hydroxide (NaOH). SODASORB also contains a fractional content of ethyl violet dye.

 

Medical Grade Carbon Dioxide Absorbent Soda Lime USP-NF (The Original CO2 Absorbent)

• Improved Dusting Resistance

• High Contrast Color Change

• Minimal Resistance to Gas Flow

• Consistent Quality

• Long-Lasting Performance

SODASORB®

 

ORDERING INFORMATION VOLUME: 5.0 liter

 

COLOR CHANGE AND REVERSION

As an aid in determining the progressive exhaustion of SODASORB® Absorbent, an ethyl violet indicator dye (a sensitive acid based indicator) is added to the formulation. Medical Grade SODASORB® will change in color from white to purple as the absorption reaction proceeds through the bed of absorbent in the direction of the gas flow. As the pH of the absorbent decreases below 10.3, the dye changes color from white to purple. Full exhaustion of Sodasorb is indicated by a deep purple color.

During intermittent usage of equipment, SODASORB® Absorbent will revert from purple to white due to an increase in pH at the surface of the SODASORB® particles. This color reversion is strictly a function of pH change and is not due to regeneration of any absorptive capacity. Because of color reversion, it is important for the end user to establish degree of absorbent capacity exhausted. Color indication is an adjunct guide and should always be used in conjunction with CO2 monitors and time/volume calculations. If there is any uncertainty about the remaining SODASORB COabsorptive capacity, replace the existing material with fresh SODASORB Absorbent.

 

STORAGE AND HANDLING

• Keep SODASORB® containers tightly sealed

• SODASORB® should be kept in a dry environment at temperatures above 32ºF(OºC)

• Avoid direct sunlight and other types of UV intense light exposure

 

Appearance/Color/USP Hardness - %/USP Absorption Test - %/Sieve Size - % Retained

#4 (4.75 mm)

#6 (3.35 mm)

#8 (2.36 mm)

less than #8 (2.36 mm)

 

CO2 Absorption per kg

 

Grace SODASORB®  Pelletized granular mixture white to off-white

92-95

23

0.1

60

39

1

140 liters

USP Specification

N/A

N/A

75 minimum

19 minimum

7 maximum

N/A

N/A

15 maximum

N/A

 

SODASORB® is a registered trademark of W.R. Grace & Co. –Conn. Determination of the suitability of the material for any use contemplated by the user and the manner of such use is the sole responsibility of the user, who must assure himself that the material as subsequently processed meets the needs of his particular product or use. The information provided is based on data and knowledge considered to be true and accurate and is offered for the user’s consideration, investigation, and verification; but, we do not warrant the results to be obtained. Please read all statements, recommendations, or suggestions in conjunction with our conditions of sale, INCLUDING THOSE LIMITED

WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES, which apply to all goods supplied by us. No statement, recommendation or suggestion, is intended for any use which would infringe any patent or copyright. W. R. Grace & Co.-Comm, 62 Whittemore Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140. These products may be covered by patents or patents pending. Copyright 2007 W. R. Grace & Co.-Conn.

 

For full information please visit www.sodasorb.com.

 

 









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