BeaconMedaes emergency oxygen inlets provide a connection for an auxiliary source of oxygen to the hospital in emergency or maintenance situations, as required by NFPA 99.
It is installed in the outside hospital wall and connected to the main line oxygen pipeline system. The inlet consists of a 1” three-piece ball valve, a pressure gauge, and a relief valve mounted inside a sturdy, weather-tight enclosure.
Two enclosures are available: recessed mounted with a tubing extension directly out the rear of the enclosure, and surface mounted with the tubing extension from the right side of the enclosure. Both enclosures are 14-gauge, cold rolled steel with a light gray polyester powder coat finish. The entire assembly is shipped cleaned and capped for oxygen service.