Talk to the team

AGSS

Anaesthetic Gas Scavenging Systems

Technical Overview

Inhaled anaesthetic (exhaust) gases are considered a potential short-/ and long-term risk to medical staff working in operating theatres and other areas where nitrous oxide is used.
The AGSS (Anaesthetic Gas Scavenging Systems) were created as the first line of defence to protect medical staff against exposure to anaesthetic (exhaust)gases.
The GCE AGSS units are designed in accordance with the ISO 7396-2 and ISO 9170-2 to provide this protection in best possible way. The GCE AGSS is now available as part of the extensive GCE MCGS product portfolio.
GCE AGSS is available as active or passive type 1L.
Easy to install and use
One-hand operation when engaging/disengaging probe
Safe, robust and durable design
Available as pendant, recessed and exposed model
All functional components are from metal
Fully compliant with ISO 7396-2 and ISO-9170-2
Passive type available with exhaust pipe Ø 16 or 22 mm
Probes available with straight or 90° angled hose connector: Ø 16 mm / Ø 22 mm
Regional information available in your language at
GCEGROUP.COM

Technical

Ejector feeding:
Compressed or medical air
Feeding pressure allowed:
4±0,5 bar typical (max 6 bar)
Medical Air use:
20-25 l/min
Nominal flow rate:
up to 50 l/min
Pressure drop:
Axial connection force:
80 N Typical
40 N Typical
Axial mechaical resistance of the connection:
>500 N
Functioning temperature:
-20°C to +60°C
Warehousing and transportation:
-20°C to +70°C
Depression (4 bar-30 l/min):
-7 mbar
Regulatory status:
Class IIa medical device according to MDD 93/42/EEC
ISO 7396-2
ISO 9170-2
CE certification CE0425 and DOC
Ejector feeding:
Compressed or medical air
Feeding pressure allowed:
4±0,5 bar typical (max 6 bar)
Medical Air use:
20-25 l/min
Nominal flow rate:
up to 50 l/min
Pressure drop:
Axial connection force:
80 N Typical
40 N Typical
Axial mechaical resistance of the connection:
>500 N
Functioning temperature:
-20°C to +60°C
Warehousing and transportation:
-20°C to +70°C
Depression (4 bar-30 l/min):
-7 mbar
Regulatory status:
Class IIa medical device according to MDD 93/42/EEC
ISO 7396-2
ISO 9170-2
CE certification CE0425 and DOC

Technical Downloads

Find a distributor

1 2 3 260
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram