SWINGTHERM® DeN2O

Art. No. DeN2O,

Medicvent’s nitrous oxide destructor is adapted to the high flows which are used in the Double mask and Medicvent’s central fan system, and ensures the possibility to capture maximum amounts of nitrous oxide leakage.

The destructor purifies up to 99 % of the nitrous oxide collected from exhaled air. Purification takes place by means of a catalytic process combined with highly efficient regenerative heat exchange, where nitrous oxide is broken down into oxygen and nitrogen, which are common constituents of ordinary air. The machinery is CE-marked, which means that it meets the basic requirements of the Machinery Directive relating to health and safety.

The machine is delivered in three units consisting of electrical cabinet (including controller system PLC and operator panel), fan and catalyst component. These units are easy to assemble on site.

The process can be easily controlled by means of the associated operator panel.

The destructor is available in Three sizes; S05 (350m3/h), S1 (750m3/h) och S3 (1650m3/h)

Technical data DeN20-S05

Dimension L x B x H
3.7 x 1.2 x 2.0 m

Total weight 
Approximately 1500 kg of which reactor module is 1230 kg

Installed effect
Fan 1.5 kW, Electric heating 4 kW

Airflow capacity
350 m3/h, equivalent to 10-13 connected double masks

Energy consumption varies with air flow and nitrous oxide concentration, data from Sundsvalls Hospital (8 sockets for a double mask) and Northern Älvsborg Hospital (10 sockets for a double mask) indicate nominal power consumption of 1.4-1.6 Kw over time.

Existing options include:
– Gas analyzers and air flow meters
– Information system (data logger)

 

Medicvent has delivered a number of destructors to delivery departments in Sweden as:

Destructor DeN20-S1
– Östra Sjukhuset, Göteborg
– BB Sophia, Stockholm

Destructor DeN20-S3
– Nya Karolinska, Solna, HUS150
– Nya Karolinska, Solna, HUS160

Destructor DeN20-S05
– Sundsvalls Sjukhus
– Örnsköldsviks Sjukhus
– Norra Älvsborgs Sjukhus, Trollhättan
– Södra Älvsborgs Sjukhus, Borås
– Mölndals Sjukhus
– Skaraborgs Sjukhus, Skövde
– Universitetssjukhuset i Linköping