Take the stress out of complicated medical gas installations with DRE Medical Gas Consultation Services. We carry a wide variety of medical gas components and have the knowledge to guide you through the implementation of these systems – from start to finish.

If your practice is redesigning its medical gas interface, or you are in the process of planning for a new facility, contact us to make sure your bases are covered. Our dedicated equipment experts can work with your contractor to implement the correct medical gas parts during the construction process, saving your facility time and money.

Call (800) 462-8195 today to learn more about our Medical Gas Consultation Services, and browse our selection of medical gas components:

  • Headwalls, Consoles & Rail Systems
  • Vacuum Pumps & Air Compressors
  • Gas Outlets
  • Alarm Systems
  • Manifolds
  • Pressure Switches
  • Nitrogen Control Panels & Conversion Kits
  • Zone Valve Boxes & Ball Valves
  • Emergency Oxygen Inlet Box
  • Conversion Outlet Kits
  • Check Valves & Relief Valves
  • Fittings & Hose Assemblies
  • Flowmeters & Accessories
  • Suction Regulators & Accessories

Integrated Vacuum Systems

These self-regulated systems provide surgical suction and evacuation of anesthetic waste gases from the allocated sites.

Pumps

Pumps interface with a plumbing systems provided by a contracted professional. The vacuum pump constantly regulates the vacuum pressure in the system, providing the appropriate level of vacuum to the vacuum outlets at all times. The pump is sized proportionately to the number of vacuum outlets within the clinic, usually based upon square footage.

Vacuum Supply Outlets

Vacuum outlets are color coded with uniquely sized fittings and are installed in strategic areas, usually near gas supply outlets, for ease of use. Similar to the gas supply outlets, vacuum supply outlets can be recessed into the wall or hung as ceiling pendants.

Wall-mounted vacuum outlets can be accessorized with vacuum regulators for surgical or airway aspiration. They can also be equipped with waste gas interfaces that control the amount of vacuum being applied to an anesthesia machine's pop-off valves.