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Heavy Duty Suction Pump Machine
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Drive Medical’s 18600 Heavy Duty Suction Pump Machine offers a professional suction device that produces a vacuum of 560 mmHg. It is a perfect solution and a must-have for all suction needs. The unit can be used conveniently and efficiently as it is equipped with an 800ml collection bottle and offers a reliable and efficient suction therapy. It can be conveniently operated at home using an AC adapter, with the battery, or can be powered with the electrical system of most vehicles.
With the 18600 Heavy Duty Suction Pump Machine has an anti-bacteria filter design that helps preventing contamination. It also features anti-vibration vacuum gauge setting, permanent lubrication,a high quality vacuum regulator, and a collection bottle with overflow protection.
RETURNS POLICY :
30 day return policy. Returns are subject to a 15% restock fee if the item is non defective. Customer is responsible for the return shipping cost. Items listed for parts or repair can not be returned. Returned Item must be in the Original Unaltered state! Return is VOID if any alterations, repairs, damages, etc have occurred. NO refund will be issued. All items returned must include everything sent, including all original boxes, packing, accessories, hardware, manuals, etc. Serial Numbers must be verified. NO refund will be issued until after return order is complete.
Dimensions:14.8"L x 6.8"W x 9.8"H
Weight: 12.1 lbs.
Sound Level: 58 dbA
Vacuum Range: 0-560 mmHg, 0-23" Hg
Operating Flow Rate: 0-40 lpm
Electrical Requirements: 115 VAC, 60 Hz
Power Consumption: 70 W
Bacteria Filter Pore Size: 0.45 microns
Operating Temperature: 32-104°F (0-40°C), 95% RH
Operating Atmospheric Pressure: 10.2-15.4 psi (70-106 kpa)
Storage Temperature: 14-158°F (-10-70°C), 0-95% RH
Storage Atmospheric Pressure: 7.3-15.4 psi (50-106 kpa)
Fuse: Glass Fuse 5 x 20 mm, Fast Blow, F2A/250 V
Collection Jar: 800 ml (cc) capacity
Warranty: 2 years limited
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