Alarm Systems

Medical gas alarms are critically important to staff and patient safety.  Master alarm panels monitor source equipment for malfunctions, and main line pressure for increases or drops in pressure.  Area alarms monitor line pressure throughout medical centers and hospitals.  Master and area alarms are required by NFPA in critical care areas to alert staff of high or low pressure in the gas lines.  Please contact us today with any questions!


Medical Gas Pipeline Products

Medical Gas Alarm Panels are required for monitoring medical gases that include oxygen, medical air, medical vacuum, nitrogen, waste anesthetic gas disposal, carbon dioxide, instrument (lab air), and nitrous oxide.  A single gas, or vacuum, or a combination can be located in difference areas of medical facilities.  Common gases in typical patient areas are oxygen, medical air, and medical vacuum, and in critical care can but up to all 8 medical gases, especially in procedure areas such as operating rooms.  The requirements for monitoring these gases can be found in chapter 5 of NFPA 99.