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Background and Identification
The Penlon Prima SP2 is an anesthesia system designed for use on patients in need of anesthetic gas circulation. The primary use cases for the system are the anesthetic application to patients of all ages and needs. The device features a large rectangular color touchscreen, six ventilation modes, and the ability to use up to four different types of gas.
InterMed Penlon designed and produces the device. Penlon has been producing respiratory health equipment since 1943, originally as Longworth Scientific Instrument Company Limited. The company has been operating under Penlon since 1959, and has since acquired various other firms related to respiratory health devices. The Prima line of devices was launched in the late 2000’s.
The Prima SP2 can be distinguished from other models by its wide stature, and three drawer containments spaces. The SP2 has a modular nature, meaning additional equipment is free to be attached to the machine in a variety of ways. This may add some ambiguity to identifying the device.
Size: 139 x 71 x 70 (cm)
Weight: 75kg (approximate, depending on specification)
Work Surface Height: 86cm
Cylinders: A maximum of four cylinder fittings can be specified.
Pipeline: Maximum of three (oxygen, nitrous oxide, air). All specifications to relevant national standards.
Single flow tubes:
- Oxygen: 0 - 10 L/min
- Nitrous Oxide: 0 - 10 L/min
- Air: 0 - 10 L/min
- Helium: 0 - 10 L/min
Cascade flow tubes (Oxygen / Air / Nitrous Oxide):
- (1) 0 - 1000 ml/min
- (2) 0 - 10 L/min (graduated 1 - 10 L/min)