Intersurgical Auto-Fill Humidification Chamber is designed to be used with a humidifier base. These bases can often be found in the intensive care sections of hospitals.
The chamber works by establishing a fixed level of fluid that it will maintain throughout treatment. The chamber will then fill with water and it causes the primary float to rise which in turn closes the primary seal as it reaches the already established level. If for any reason the seal is compromised, there is a secondary float that will rise and close the secondary seal.
In addition to these dual seals, there is a yellow ring that will float to help create a better visualization of the water level. It also features a polycarbonate body.
Inter-surgical Auto-Fill Humidification Chamber Features and Benefits
- Polycarbonate Body
- Yellow Float Ring Helps You See Water Level
- Secondary Seal Activates When Primary Seal is Compromised