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NFPA Standards

The following are excerpts from NFPA 99. These standards where put in NFPA 99 to ensure healthcare facilities about the safety and efficacy of the Smart Tap Procedure. 5.1.10.6  Memory Metal Fittings. 5.1.10.6.1  Memory metal fittings having a temperature rating not less than 538°C (1000°F) and a pressure rating not less than 2070 kPa (300 Read More

Comparisons

Cost Centers for Medical Gas Shutdowns WITHOUT SMART TAP WITH SMART TAP Planning Shutdown Time, management spends on coordination and scheduling NONE Respiratory Staff Depends on area of SHUTDOWN NONE Nursing Staff Depends on area of SHUTDOWN NONE Maintenance Staff Extra staff to monitor shut down areas, and closed valves NONE Contractor costs Contractor Cost Read More

Contact

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  Shape Memory Alloy No contamination, simplicity, and speed of application of the space age shape memory alloy, Tinel, are the key elements of the procedure. They have the ability to return to a predetermined shape when heated. Tinel is an alloy comprising nickel and titanium from which a sleeve coupling is fabricated. Through an Read More

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03 Video Smart Tap A patented product and procedure that controls medical gas from beginning to end, simplifying medical gas work.   Published in Plumbing Engineer Magazine. (PDF) Smart Tap in depth (PDF)

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02 Usage: Smart Tap has been used in over 20,000 installations across the United States since 1999 Relocation of Bulk Gas Systems Relocation of zone valves Tie-ins of new additions and new buildings Tie-ins of new medical gas risers Capping off medical gas for renovations Additions and deletions within a zone without effecting patients in Read More

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01 About Smart Tap Eliminate long, expensive shut downs of gas and vacuum systems. For hospitals and healthcare facilities , the word “shutdown” is a harbinger of endless planning meetings, scheduled overtime, costly rentals, purging, re-certificaiton and just plain aggravation, not to mention the introduction of another potential risk to patients – all just to Read More