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DeVilbiss Vacu-Aide QSU - Portable Aspirator (Quiet Suction Machine)

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QSU Suction Machine Unit
$403.45
SKU: DEV7314PDEACH
Part #: 7314PD
  • Use for nasal tracheal suctioning
  • For intermittent suction use only
  • Made in the USA
  • Vacuum adjustment allows for 50-550 mmHg
  • Free flow of 27 liter/minute
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DeVilbiss Vacu-Aide QSU - Portable Aspirator (Quiet Suction Machine) comes with an internal battery, 800 cc disposable bottle, 6' tubing, AC and DC power cords, and a carry case. It weighs just over 7 lbs. This unit can can be operated while inside the carrying case for total privacy. The Vacu-Aid QSU has more the 50% reduction in sound, making it the quietesttarget high flow/high suction unit on the market. Ideal for use in both public and private places. Discreet suction machine that can be used by children and adults. This suction unit is designed for intermittent suctioning of the nasotracheal area only.

Electrical sources include: AC power cord, DC power adapter or an internal battery. The QSU is very mobile and can be used anywhere. Ideal for use as a back-up to a large hospital grade system. The internal battery works up to one hour without recharging. Battery indicator light included. Vacuum adjustment allows for 50-550 mmHg and a free flow of 27 liter/minute.

Note: This product can not be returned once opened. Verify product specs before opening.

Products specifications
Product Dimensions 8.3" H x 8" W x 8.5" D, dimensions in case: 8.5" H x 9" W x 12" D
Product Weight 6.6 lbs
Vacuum Range 50-550 mm Hg
Compression Pressure 33 W max
Free Range 27 LPM free flow, unrestricted
Operating Atmospheric Pressure 10.2-15.4 PSI
Sound Level 55 dBA typical (53 dBA typical while operating inside carrying case)
Collection Bottle Capacity 800 ml (cc) disposable
Electrical Requirements 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 1.2A max, 12V, 33W max
Power Consumption 33W max
Quantity Each
Please Note AARC guidelines for appropriate sub atmospheric pressures: Neonates: 60 - 80 mm Hg, infants: 80 - 100 mm Hg, children: 100 - 120 mm Hg, adults: 100 - 150 mm Hg, negative pressures should not exceed 150 mm Hg as higher pressures have been shown to cause trauma, hypoxemia, and atelectasis; Conditions may vary based on altitude above sea level, barometric pressure changes
Please Note This product can not be returned once opened, verify product before opening
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DeVilbiss Vacu-Aide QSU - Portable Aspirator (Quiet Suction Machine) comes with an internal battery, 800 cc disposable bottle, 6' tubing, AC and DC power cords, and a carry case. It weighs just over 7 lbs. This unit can can be operated while inside the carrying case for total privacy. The Vacu-Aid QSU has more the 50% reduction in sound, making it the quietesttarget high flow/high suction unit on the market. Ideal for use in both public and private places. Discreet suction machine that can be used by children and adults. This suction unit is designed for intermittent suctioning of the nasotracheal area only.

Electrical sources include: AC power cord, DC power adapter or an internal battery. The QSU is very mobile and can be used anywhere. Ideal for use as a back-up to a large hospital grade system. The internal battery works up to one hour without recharging. Battery indicator light included. Vacuum adjustment allows for 50-550 mmHg and a free flow of 27 liter/minute.

Note: This product can not be returned once opened. Verify product specs before opening.

Products specifications
Product Dimensions 8.3" H x 8" W x 8.5" D, dimensions in case: 8.5" H x 9" W x 12" D
Product Weight 6.6 lbs
Vacuum Range 50-550 mm Hg
Compression Pressure 33 W max
Free Range 27 LPM free flow, unrestricted
Operating Atmospheric Pressure 10.2-15.4 PSI
Sound Level 55 dBA typical (53 dBA typical while operating inside carrying case)
Collection Bottle Capacity 800 ml (cc) disposable
Electrical Requirements 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 1.2A max, 12V, 33W max
Power Consumption 33W max
Quantity Each
Please Note AARC guidelines for appropriate sub atmospheric pressures: Neonates: 60 - 80 mm Hg, infants: 80 - 100 mm Hg, children: 100 - 120 mm Hg, adults: 100 - 150 mm Hg, negative pressures should not exceed 150 mm Hg as higher pressures have been shown to cause trauma, hypoxemia, and atelectasis; Conditions may vary based on altitude above sea level, barometric pressure changes
Please Note This product can not be returned once opened, verify product before opening