Medical Oxygen Systems Western Cape

OUR HOSPITAL SYSTEMS ARE DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE DIVERSE REQUIREMENTS WITHIN THIS SPECIALIZED FIELD

 

 

The Foxolution offering is engineered to:

 

  1. Supply a Primary source of Oxygen-93% continuously to the Healthcare facility.
  2. Automatically manage a secondary supply and distribute to the facility as required with no user input.
  3. Automatically manage a reserve supply and distribute to the facility as required with no user input.
  4. Optionally provide Oxygen-93% for cylinder filling during periods of low demand from the Healthcare facility.

 

Other configurations are available.

 

Systems are tailored to each use case and are engineered in accordance with ISO7396-2:2016 (E)

 

 

Medical Oxygen Systems

 

 

The parameters logged in real time are:

 

  • Feed Air Temperature (Deg.C)
  • Feed Air Pressure kPa
  • Oxygen (O2) Vol%
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO) PPM
  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2) PPM
  • Hydrocarbons – broad based, includes CO, mineral and synthetic oil (HC) PPM
  • Oxygen (O2) Pressure Dew Point (PDP) Deg.C
  • Compressor Fault
  • Compressor Overload Trip
  • Refrigerated Dryer Fault
  • Refrigerated Dryer Overload Trip
  • Vacuum Pump Overload Trip
  • Oxygen Compressor Overload Trip
  • Auto-drain Fault
  • Bed A Pressure kPa
  • Bed B Pressure kPa
  • Oxygen Receiver Pressure (kPa)
  • Oxygen Filter Differential Pressure (kPa)
  • Oxygen Compressor Vibration Switch (mm/sec2)
  • Oxygen Discharge Temperature

 

 

The Fox offering is probably the most advanced technologically within the industry. Not only are all the critical oxygen generator parameters monitored in real time, but they are displayed on the touch-screen controller, plus they are readily available for data storage on the TCP/IP network(standard supply). All this with a comprehensive set of drop-down help screens and Auto Purity Control for the price of a standard system.

 

 

Standards / Normative Documents applied (typical):

 

  • ISO 9000:2008 Quality Management Systems – Certified
  • 7936-1: Medical Gas Pipeline Systems Part 1: Pipeline systems for compressed medical gases and vacuum
  • ISO 10083:2006 Oxygen concentrator supply systems for use with medical gas pipeline systems
  • ASTM G63-99: (Re-approved 2007); Standard Guide for Evaluating Non-Metallic Materials for Oxygen Service
  • ASTM G88-05: Standard Guide for Designing Systems for Oxygen Service
  • ASTM G93-03: Standard Practice for Cleaning Methods and Cleanliness Levels for Material and Equipment Used in Oxygen-Enriched Environments
  • ASTM G94-05: Standard Guide for Evaluating Metals for Oxygen Service
  • ASTM G127-95: (Re-approved 2008) Standard Guide for the Selection of Cleaning Agents for Oxygen Systems
  • ASTM G128-02: (Re-approved 2008) Standard Guide for Control of Hazards and Risks in Oxygen Enriched Systems
  • EIGA CLEANING OF EQUIPMENT FOR OXYGEN SERVICE GUIDELINE IGC Doc 33/06/E Revision of Doc 33/97
  • EIGA OXYGEN PIPELINE SYSTEMS IGC Doc 13/02/E GLOBALLY HARMONISED DOCUMENT Replaces Doc 13/82
  • EIGA FLEXIBLE CONNECTIONS IN HIGH PRESSURE GAS SYSTEMS IGC Document 42/04/E Revision of IGC Doc 42/89/E
  • EIGA GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE GUIDE FOR MEDICINAL GASES IGC Doc 99/03/E
  • EIGA ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS CYLINDER FILLING PLANTS IGC Doc 110/03/E Revision of part of TN 515/95
  • EIGA HAZARDS OF INERT GASES AND OXYGEN DEPLETION IGC Document 44/09/E Revision of IGC Doc 44/00/E
  • EIGA SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF PSA AND MEMBRANE OXYGEN AND NITROGEN GENERATORS IGC Document 149/10/E Revision of Doc 149/09/E (former EIGA 706/07)
  • EIGA FIRE HAZARDS OF OXYGEN AND OXYGEN ENRICHED ATMOSPHERES IGC Doc 04/00/E
  • EIGA RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS FOR OXYGEN SERVICE Code of Practice IGC Doc 10/07/E Revision of Doc 10/81
  • EIGA UNMANNED AIR GAS PLANTS: DESIGN & OPERATION IGC Document 132/05/E GLOBALLY HARMONISED DOCUMENT
  • IEC 60204-1: 2009 Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines – Part 1: General requirements
  • IEC 1207-2: 1994 Expression of performance of gas analysers – Part 2:Oxygen in gas (utilizing high-temperature electrochemical sensors)
  • IEC 61508-3: Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related-systems Part 3: Software requirements
  • CGA G-4.1: Edition: 6th Cleaning Equipment for Oxygen Service Compressed Gas Association / 22-Sep-2009
  • CGA G-4.6 Oxygen Compressor Installation and Operation Guide 3rd Edition 2008
  • SANS 347:2012 Ed.2 Categorization and conformity assessment criteria for all pressure equipment
  • SANS 60079-29-2:2012 Edition 1 / IEC 60079-29-2:2007 Edition 1 Explosive atmospheres Part 29-2: Gas detectors – Selection, installation, use and maintenance of detectors for flammable gases and oxygen
  • SANS 10260-1:2004 Edition 1.2 Industrial gas pipelines Part 1: Distribution of oxygen, nitrogen and argon at consumer sites
  • SANS 10019:2008 Edition 6 Transportable containers for compressed, dissolved and liquefied gases – Basic design, manufacture, use and maintenance
  • SABS CKS 40-1982 Central Standardization Committee Specifications for Oxygen for Medical Use – 1st Revision
  • ANSI/ASME B16.5-2009 Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings: NPS 1/2 through NPS 24 Metric/Inch Standard American Society of Mechanical Engineers / 30-Jun-2009
  • ASME Section VIII-DIV 1 2013 ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 1: Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels 01-Jul-2013
  • ASME Section VIII-DIV 2 2013 ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 2: Alternative Rules 01-Jul-2013
  • ASME Section VIII-DIV 3 2013 ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Division 3: Alternative Rules for Construction of High Pressure Vessels 01-Jul-2013

 

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