COMPLIANCE . . . a big, scary word when it comes to your life support systems. Staying in compliance with the ever-changing rules, regulations, codes and your own facility constraints can be one big headache.
There are several updated regulations drafted in new NFPA99 editions for medical air and vacuum systems. You may have to consider upgrades or replacement to get your equipment to meet the required standards. In the meantime . . . you are out of compliance . . . not a good thing. This is the perfect scenario for an NFPA compliant rental medical air or medical vacuum system.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just go to the nearest equipment rental place and pick up a medical air compressor or medical vacuum pump? Not quite that easy. These systems must meet the required standards for source equipment and keep you in compliance during the duration of the rental period. In addition, the rental must be configured in such a manner that it will operate successfully when installed within your existing system parameters.
The most common reasons for using a rental system might be:
- An emergency – your existing system is down or failing
- You’ve grown and your equipment cannot keep up with the demand
- You need repairs and cannot shut down for the necessary maintenance
- Your facility is expanding – you’ll need a standby during construction
- Your current equipment is no longer providing redundancy
- Your equipment needs replacing but your cash flow is not cooperating
A spot inspection could rack up a few citations or worse. No need to take that kind of a chance. We can help you out of any tough spot, reduce the hefty cost of down time and minimize the liability involved.
airandvac.com has a significant advantage in the medical rental field considering we are a builder of NFPA compliant source equipment. This allows us to fabricate rentals for all medical vacuum and air systems, even those that are grandfathered in to earlier NFPA99 editions. We have supplied NFPA compliant rental products to some of the finest medical facilities nationwide for over 40 years including a full range of medical vacuum and air systems, components such as drying equipment, control modules or panels, filter packages, carbon monoxide or dew point monitors, alarms and much more.
Contact us and we’ll fill you in on the details.