BeaconMedaes launches new Hook Trim Plate for Medical Gas Outlets

BeaconMedaes, part of the Atlas Copco Group, launches a new Series B Outlet Hook Trim Plate, designed to take unnecessary loads off medical gas outlets and equipment.

BeaconMedaes is pleased to introduce the new Series B Outlet Hook Trim Plate, a simple upgrade that provides a neat and inexpensive solution to a real concern. BeaconMedaes knows that gas outlet reliability is crucial to ensuring medical gas is consistently provided to patients. In high use areas of the hospital like emergency, and even in standard patient rooms, wires and setup items are often draped over flowmeters and vacuum regulators, potentially exposing sterile packages to damage and contamination. Featuring a retractable hook, the new trim plate simplifies set-up without damaging the equipment or medical gas outlet for worry-free and dependable service. “Once again, BeaconMedaes has solved a considerable problem with potential medical gas outlet leaks in the hospital through the invention of the Series B Outlet Hook Plate,” Product Manager Jonathan Brooks said. “The problem with these loads is that they can potentially cause leaks in the outlet, costing the hospital in expensive gas loss.” The new design takes the loads off the medical gas outlets, maximizing their longevity and ensuring gas leaks are minimized. The smooth, robust construction supports up to 15 pounds. Biomaster, an additive proven to reduce bacterial and mold growth, is incorporated into the trim plates during the manufacturing process, ensuring the protection lasts for the lifetime of the product. This hook trim plate can be installed with any Series B or similar medical gas outlet in new construction facilities or can easily replace existing dress frames. “The new BeaconMedaes hook plate provides a simple, inexpensive and worry-free solution to eliminate unnecessary medical gas leaks,” Brooks said. “With the unbeatable combination of looks and performance, the hospital can feel confident in the reliability of the outlets and that medical gas is being provided to the patients.”