Beacon Medaes Outlet Parts
- Replacements for front latch assemblies
- Replacements for rough-in secondary check
Medical gas outlets in high use areas should be inspected at least every six months and more frequently if outlets are used daily. All outlets should
be inspected at least once a year. Follow National Fire Protection Association Standard 99, 99C “Gas and Vacuum Systems,” “Nonflammable Medical Gas Piping Systems” requirements and methods for periodic testing and maintenance of medical gas and vacuum systems.
2. Remove the retaining ring (3) from the back of the valve assembly (2) by removing the two screws (4).
3. Remove the connector (5) from the valve assembly (2).
4. Remove the spring and poppet (6) and primary seal (7). Obtain a new primary seal (7). Inspect other items for wear or damage, and replace with
new parts as necessary.
5. Reassemble the quick-connect valve.
6. Reinstall the latch valve in the outlet block. Coat the connector (5) with a thin film of silicone lubricant to aid in insertion. Use care not to overtighten mounting screws (1) as this can cause distortion of the latch valve.
7. Insert a gas-specific adapter in the latch valve. It should enter smoothly, latch, flow gas, and remain in place. If not, replace the entire latchvalve