Morris Garcia

Morris Garcia

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We recommend using the disposable filter hood (2000-25DMA) of the 2000-800 System. In an effort to maximize efficiency, reduce cost, and reduce decontamination time, we have combined the pre-filter with the HE filter hood as an integral one piece unit. This configuration provides full, 360o head and neck coverage.

Most users prefer to use the Cuff system configuration for Infection Control in patient care areas because it more conveniently accommodates stethoscope use. Two choices for cuff configurations are available.

The 710-DLC CAPR is optimized for daily routine use. The unique DLC (Disposable Lens-Cuff) combines a full face coverage lens and a face-seal cuff into one convenient single piece, low cost disposable. This is an extremely easy and fast snap-on/snap-off disposable, cost competitive with an N95 Mask plus goggles. It provides full visibility and safety protection for the user and full face visibility to the patient for optimum communication.

The 2000-700 Cuff offers an alternative cuff design that is also disposable and is used with a separate lens integrated with a top Filter Cover. The Filter Cover-Lens greatly extends the useful life of the HE Filter, and can be decontaminated and reused indefinitely.

It depends upon the application, the frequency of use and the hospital’s protocol for the prevention of cross contamination.

In addition, due to its self-monitoring system, the yellow LED will illuminate when airflow intake nears the threshold of 6 cfm (170 lpm), allowing the user ample time to exit the working environment, and change out the filter.

Yes. The pre-filter will absorb water and once dried, it can be reused. The HE filter is water resistant (hydrophobic).

The 2164-10 filter cartridge is a HE Filter fitted into a convenient snap-on/snap-off frame for use with the 710-DLC CAPR System.

The 2160-10 HE Filter is an overall light weight, high performance filter that is designed to be ideally compatible with the Filter Cover (2061-01) in the 2000-700 System configurations.

The helmets are equipped with a universal head band or liner with a ratchet knob to adjust for proper circumferential fit. Additionally, the helmets have height adjustments to allow proper vertical size adjustment, and proper tilt of the helmet to insure easy visualization of the safety LEDs in the peripheral vision.

The Safety LEDs are uniquely always on and visible in the peripheral vision of the user. They allow the user to maintain complete focus on patient care, and automatically alert the user when it is time to exit the environment and re-charge or change out the battery, and/or change the filter.

The yellow LED indicates a low airflow condition. If it becomes lighted during use it indicates that the system is nearing a point when it won’t be able to maintain desired air flow and it is time to check the filter to see if replacement is necessary.

The three green LEDs together with the red LED provide the user general progress status of the battery charge level. Three green lit LEDs indicate approximately 75%-100% charge remaining, two green lit LEDs indicate approximately 50%-75% charge remaining, one green lit LED indicates approximately 25%-50% charge remaining – if not before, at this condition the user should be planning on recharging the battery or replacing it at the next opportunity. No green lighted LEDs and a red lighted LED indicates 0%-25% charge remaining and that it is urgent that the user replace or recharge the battery as soon as possible.

If both red and yellow LED’s are lit, both battery and filter need to be checked for change out.

In the Infection Control environment, the yellow LED should rarely illuminate because it is not a “heavy particulate loading” environment as compared to industrial applications.

The default factory setting is on Low which provides 6-7 cfm of airflow. The user can adjust the airflow switch, located at the posterior of the helmet, between Low (6-7 cfm), Medium (7-8 cfm), and High (8-9 cfm). This adjustment allows the user to match the air flow for widely varying work environments and activity levels.

The fan module (located in the top rear of the helmet) draws in ambient air through the HE filter. The filtered air is channeled inside the helmet, flows downward against the lens, while cooling the user and preventing fogging of the lens, and exhausts carbon dioxide from the user’s breath through the cuff, hood, or shroud.

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