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Warm Touch 6000 Convective Air Warming System

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Warm Touch 6000 Convective Air Warming System

Web ID: 2336

Condition: Factory New

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The WarmTouch convective warming system provides clinicians with an easy solution to help maintain normothermia. The WarmTouch convective warming unit has an intuitive screen showing the temperature and status of each of the 5 temperature settings. The soft but strong WarmTouch blanket range is tailored for most surgical procedures, offering tear resistance, even airflow and patient comfort.


Easy to use

New intuitive LCD screen and menu function provide all information at a glance

Easy to control

5 different settings, including ambient and boost, for more flexibility and precision

Easy to handle

The low weight makes it easy to transport and attach to a cart, bed rail or an IV pole

Easy to service

The onscreen filter expiration warning makes it easy to maintain and service


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  • Weight: 3.1kg (6.8 pounds)
  • Height: 67.1cm (26.4 inches)
  • Width: 32.3cm (12.7 inches)
  • Depth: 38.6cm (15.2 inches)
  • Weight (with Power Cord): 5.2kg (11.5 pounds)

Power Requirement

  • 100 to 240 V AC
  • Max. current at 100 V = 8 A
  • Max. current at 240 V = 5 A
  • Input Frequency: 50/60 Hz ±1 Hz
  • Fuse (x2): Littlefuse (mfr.) 0218010; 250 V, 10 A
  • Temperature: 18° to 28°C (64.4° to 82.4°F)


  • Maximum Contact Surface Temperature: 44.1°C (111.4°F)
  • Average Time for Contact Surface Temperature to: 6 minutes
  • Average Time for Temperature of Air Exiting the Hose to Rise: < 1 minute
  • Accuracy of Displayed Temperature: ±1.0°C (air entering hose)
  • Automatic Temperature Stepdown (Boost to High Temperature):
  • After 45 minutes of continuous use, blower will step down from the Boost to High setting.
  • Thermal Protection Threshold Thermostat (internal): 49° to 55°C (120° to 131°F)
  • Average Alarm Level: 56 dB @ 1 meter