Materials and tools: degreased red copper pipe or 304 stainless steel pipe is used for gas pipeline; ward equipment mainly includes aluminum alloy equipment belt and medical gas terminal; pipeline welding equipment (gas welding, oxygen + gas or oxygen + acetylene are generally used for copper pipe) (carbon dioxide welding, welding + gas are generally used for stainless steel pipe), welding gun and labor protection tools; aluminum machine, hammer, drill Pliers board and other hand tools.
1、 The introduction of materials for the pipe network of oxygen supply system in hospital
The laying and installation sequence of oxygen pipeline can be carried out according to the actual situation on site. The main pipe and branch pipe with the outer diameter of 8mm-133mm are generally used.
The main oxygen supply pipeline center of the standard design: the pipeline in the main building of the ward with more than 1000 beds should be greater than 50 mm, the main pipeline with more than 500 beds should be greater than 25 mm, and the main pipeline with more than 100 beds should be greater than 16 mm;
Standard design of central oxygen supply branch pipe (corridor on each floor): the branch pipe above 100 floors is more than 16mm, and the branch pipe above 50 floors is more than 12mm;
Specification of oxygen pipeline entering the ward: 6mm-10 mm pipeline is generally adopted according to the gas terminal interface;
Design and installation of oxygen supply pipeline in hospital
1. The distance between the medical gas pipeline and the outer edge and accessories of the pipeline shall not be less than 25 mm, and maintenance is required;
2. The small spacing between medical gas pipeline and other pipelines is specified as follows (Figure). In the absence of isolation measures, appropriate isolation measures shall be taken.
3. After the installation and welding of the pipeline, the inner wall of the pipeline shall be cleaned.
The above is the detailed introduction of the design scheme of the oxygen supply system for the decoration of the intensive care unit. For more information, please click http://www.sdyhrs.com