International Standard
ISO 10524-4:2008
Pressure regulators for use with medical gases — Part 4: Low-pressure regulators
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ISO 10524-4:2008
Edition 1
2008-06
International Standard
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ISO 10524-4:2008
41931
Published (Edition 1, 2008)
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2023. Therefore this version remains current.

ISO 10524-4:2008

ISO 10524-4:2008
41931
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Abstract

ISO 10524-4:2008 applies to the types of low-pressure regulators listed below and intended to be used with the following medical gases in the treatment, management, diagnostic evaluation and care of patients:

  • oxygen;
  • nitrous oxide;
  • medical air;
  • helium;
  • carbon dioxide;
  • xenon;
  • specified mixtures of the gases listed above;
  • air for driving surgical tools;
  • nitrogen for driving surgical tools;
  • oxygen-enriched air.

The types of low-pressure regulators covered by ISO 10524-4:2008 are as follows:

  • low-pressure regulators intended to be connected to terminal units of medical gas pipeline systems complying with ISO 7396-1;
  • low-pressure regulators with integral flow-metering devices intended to be connected to terminal units of medical gas pipeline systems complying with ISO 7396-1;
  • low-pressure regulators intended to be connected to terminal units attached to pressure regulators complying with ISO 10524-1 or ISO 10524-3;
  • operator-adjustable low-pressure regulators for air or nitrogen for driving surgical tools that are an integral part of a medical gas pipeline system complying with ISO 7396-1.

General information

  •  : Published
     : 2008-06
    : International Standard confirmed [90.93]
  •  : 1
     : 30
  • ISO/TC 121/SC 6
    11.040.10 
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