More Safety, less Costs with FS Oxygen Supply Systems
Ideal for Military use and Disaster Control

Whether in the military, disaster control or any other organization, whenever medical oxygen supply outside of clinics needs to be secured, our FS Oxygen Supply Systems demonstrate what they are capable of. For more than 30 years and in operations all over the world. They are used by NATO ISAF troops and operate on hospital ships and aircraft carriers, in large stationary installations and helicopters as well as all-terrain vehicles. At any location and completely independent from stationary generators and suppliers, our systems extract medical oxygen at a concentration of 93% from the ambient air at a low price. This ensures reliable, mobile medical care. Studies show that this oxygen concentration is adequate for excellent treatment results.

FS Oxygen Supply Systems: Your Benefits

Product Specifications
FS Oxygen Supply Systems

  • Military operations
  • Disaster control
  • Oxygen 93% according to Ph. Eur. (#2455) / USP: CO2 < 300 ppm, CO < 5 ppm, NO < 2 ppm, NO2 < 2 ppm, SO2 < 1 ppm, Oil < 0,1 mg/m³, water< 67 ppm
  • Oil-free compression
  • Container: 80 l/min up to 360 l/min
  • MOSS: 2x 20 l/min
  • 99.999 % at0,01 μm particles (at oxygen outlet pipeline system)
  • Fully automatic
  • Pressure controlled
  • Integrated sensors
  • Container: 250 l, 500 l, 1,000 l
  • MOSS: 2x 10 l
  • Container: 1 – 8 cylinders simultaneously, 33 – 266 l/min. at 150/200 bar
  • MOSS: 1 – 4 cylinders simultaneously, 33 l/min at 200 bar
  • filling by oxygen supply system
  • automatic switch over in case of problems or power failure
  • Container: 1 – 56 cylinders, any cylinder sizes up to 50 l
  • MOSS: 2x 1 cylinder, any cylinder size up to 20 l

References

Prien, T., Meineke, I., Züchner, K., & Rathgeber, J. (2013). Oxygen 93 – eine neue Option auch für deutsche Krankenhäuser.
Anästhesiologie Und Intensivmedizin, 54, 466–472.

Friesen, R. M., Raber, M. B., & Reimer, D. H. (1999). Oxygen concentrators: A primary oxygen supply source.
Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia,
 46(12), 1185–1190. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03015531

Sage, P. (2015). Advances in on-site generation of medical oxygen. Gasworld, (125), 42–43.

Contact us

Should you have any further questions about our Oxygen Supply Systems, please give us a call or send an E-mail – we are happy to help you:

Lars Ebelhäuser, Tel.: +49 6439 / 9125-130

E-Mail: sales@stephan-gmbh.com