Oxair’s Oxygen Cost-Saving Systems Go On Medicall Road Show

August 23,2018

Oxair’s Oxygen Cost-Saving Systems Go On Medicall Road Show

India’s healthcare professionals will get another chance to catch vital life-saving and cost-saving equipment that puts hospitals in control of their own supply of pure oxygen, when Medicall 2018 moves to New Delhi in September.

Following the company’s success in securing business from July’s show in Chennai, Oxair Gas Systems, a leading global manufacturer of advanced gas process systems, hits the road to showcase its latest Medical Oxygen Generator Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) systems in the Indian capital.

Built to Australian standards, Oxair’s range of medical Oxygen Generators are designed to last and deliver not only consistent, high purity oxygen to hospitals and healthcare facilities of all sizes, however remote the location, but also substantial cost-savings compared to traditional gas cylinders. The range can produce from 5 to 53 cylinders per day that would support a 30 to 650 bedded hospital and for larger installations Oxair has a range of oxygen tonnage plants.

Indian hospitals that have installed Oxair’s technology have reported the positive impact the equipment has had, significantly reducing monthly oxygen costs, while at the same time improving health and safety standards for staff due to them no longer handling dangerous high-pressure cylinders as well as eliminating the noise pollution associated with their delivery.

Oxair’s Medical Oxygen Generators PSAs are registered medical devices under ISO 13485, which makes them fully compliant for use in all hospitals and medical facilities around the globe. The equipment eliminates the chance of succumbing to failures in the oxygen cylinder supply chain. Clinicians are guaranteed a constant source of high quality oxygen that can be piped directly to the patient’s bedside on demand.

The range of systems are designed with ease of use in mind and come with a user-friendly full colour touch screen requiring no extensive technical training. In addition, due to high quality parts being used to produce superior valving and piping, the systems require less maintenance, have low power consumption and guarantee high performance levels throughout their long lifespan.

CEO at Oxair, Jim Newell said: “After the interest generated in our systems since exhibiting at Medicall Chennai, we can’t wait to get to New Delhi as this well-organised show presents us with another ideal opportunity to connect with the right people.

“For safety’s sake we are urging India’s healthcare decision-makers to consider our alternative to the costs and dangers of using cylinder oxygen. Installing on-site oxygen systems will not only dramatically cut their monthly oxygen costs but will provide them with the peace of mind that they will have a reliable, safe source of pure oxygen for years to come.”

Anticipating growing demand from the sub-continent for its Medical Oxygen Generators, Australia-based Oxair has created Oxair Gas Systems India, to provide a dedicated team for local installation and after sales support.

Visit Hall 11, Stand 3D1 at Medicall, New Delhi, where Oxair’s representatives will be delighted to explain the amazing cost-saving and safety benefits of its systems and to answer any questions. Alternatively, if you are not able to attend the show but would like to know more visit www.oxair.com.au

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