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Ningbo Feiyu Welding Instrument Co., Ltd.
Since 2014

Ningbo Feiyu Welding Instrument Co., Ltd. is located in the scenic Shayan Industrial Zone of Wuxiang Town in the east of Ningbo, near the tourist resort Tiantong Temple and Ashoka Temple. As China Medical Oxygen Regulators Manufacturers and OEM Medical Oxygen Regulators Factory, The factory covers an area of more than 15,000 square meters, with a construction area of 10,000 square meters. The plant is shady with trees and pleasant scenery, and is known as a garden-style ecological enterprise. The company has more than 100 employees and more than 30 million yuan in fixed assets. The company undertakes various OEM orders at home and abroad.
The company has accumulated more than 25 years of experience in various types of gas pressure reducers, gas heaters, welding torches, medical oxygen pressure reducers and medical gas terminals with sufficient and comprehensive talent reserves and complete production and testing equipment. production experience. The products sell well all over the country and overseas countries, and have won unanimous praise from the industry. supply OEM Medical Oxygen Regulators wholesale.
The company follows the business philosophy of "enterprise survival, quality-oriented", and carries out strict quality control on all kinds of products produced. The company serves our customers with talents, equipment, service and quality.
  • 15000

    Factory area

  • 100+

    Technical staff

  • 10+

    Exporting country

  • 100000

    Annual Capacity

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Medical oxygen regulators are devices used to control the flow and pressure of oxygen from a medical oxygen cylinder or pipeline to a patient. They are critical components of medical oxygen delivery systems and are used in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics, and home healthcare.
The regulator typically consists of a pressure gauge, a flow meter, and a pressure-relief valve. The pressure gauge measures the pressure of the oxygen in the cylinder or pipeline, while the flow meter measures the flow rate of the oxygen as it exits the regulator. The pressure-relief valve is designed to release excess pressure to ensure that the oxygen flow remains constant and safe.
Medical oxygen regulators come in different types, such as high-flow, low-flow, and pediatric. High-flow regulators are used for patients who require high flow rates of oxygen, such as those with severe respiratory distress or during surgery. Low-flow regulators, on the other hand, are used for patients who require lower flow rates of oxygen, such as those with mild to moderate respiratory distress. Pediatric regulators are specifically designed for use with infants and young children.
It is important to properly maintain and use medical oxygen regulators to ensure safe and effective delivery of oxygen to patients. Regular cleaning and inspection of the regulator, as well as proper handling and storage of oxygen cylinders, are critical to prevent accidents and ensure patient safety.

There are several safety precautions that should be taken when handling and using medical oxygen regulators, including:
Keep oxygen cylinders away from sources of heat and open flames to prevent fire hazards.
Avoid dropping or damaging oxygen cylinders and regulators, as this can cause leaks or damage to the equipment.
Only use regulators and cylinders that have been approved for medical use and have undergone proper maintenance and inspection.
Ensure that oxygen cylinders are properly secured to prevent them from tipping or falling over.
Do not use oil or grease on oxygen regulators or cylinders, as these can cause fires or explosions.
Always open and close the cylinder valve slowly to avoid sudden pressure surges.
Make sure that oxygen flow rates are appropriate for the patient's needs and do not exceed the recommended maximum flow rates.
Regularly inspect and maintain oxygen regulators and cylinders to ensure that they are in good condition and functioning properly.
Do not use oxygen therapy in the presence of flammable materials, such as alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
Make sure that patients or caregivers are properly trained in the safe use of oxygen equipment and understand the risks associated with oxygen therapy.
Adhering to these safety precautions can help prevent accidents and ensure safe and effective use of medical oxygen regulators.

If you suspect that your medical oxygen regulator is malfunctioning, here are some troubleshooting steps you can take:
Check the oxygen cylinder: Ensure that the oxygen cylinder is not empty or nearly empty, and that the pressure gauge on the cylinder is showing a reading within the appropriate range.
Check the connections: Make sure that all connections between the cylinder, regulator, and delivery device are tight and properly connected. Leaks can occur at these connections and affect the performance of the regulator.
Check the flow rate: Confirm that the flow rate is set to the appropriate level for the patient's needs. If the flow rate is too high or too low, it may indicate a problem with the regulator or the delivery device.
Check the pressure gauge: If the pressure gauge is not showing a reading or is showing an inaccurate reading, this may indicate a problem with the regulator or the cylinder.
Inspect the regulator: Check for any visible damage or signs of wear on the regulator. If you notice any cracks, dents, or other damage, the regulator may need to be repaired or replaced.
Consult the manufacturer's instructions: Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for troubleshooting tips and recommendations for maintenance and repair.
If you are unable to identify or resolve the issue, it is important to seek assistance from a qualified medical equipment technician or manufacturer. Attempting to repair or modify the regulator yourself can be dangerous and may lead to serious injury or death.

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