International Standard
ISO 5359:2014
Anaesthetic and respiratory equipment — Low-pressure hose assemblies for use with medical gases
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ISO 5359:2014
Edition 4
2014-10
International Standard
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ISO 5359:2014
59953
Published (Edition 4, 2014)
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2020. Therefore this version remains current.
This standard has 1 amendment.

ISO 5359:2014

ISO 5359:2014
59953
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CHF 129
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Abstract

ISO 5359:2014 specifies requirements for low-pressure hose assemblies intended for use with the following medical gases: oxygen, nitrous oxide, medical air, helium, carbon dioxide, xenon, specified mixtures of the gases listed above, oxygen-enriched air, air for driving surgical tools, nitrogen for driving surgical tools, and for use with vacuum. It applies to hose assemblies operating at pressures up to 1 400 kPa and for vacuum systems at pressures not greater than 60 kPa absolute. It does not specify the dimensions and allocation of the gas-specific inlet and outlet connectors for the hose assemblies.It does not specify requirements for coaxial hoses used for the supply and removal of air for driving surgical tools.Nor does it specify the intended uses of hose assemblies.

General information

  •  : Published
     : 2014-10
    : International Standard confirmed [90.93]
  •  : 4
     : 22
  • ISO/TC 121/SC 1
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 Amendments

Amendments are issued when it is found that new material may need to be added to an existing standardization document. They may also include editorial or technical corrections to be applied to the existing document.

Amendment 1

Edition 2017

ISO 5359:2014/Amd 1:2017
68680
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CHF 18
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