SSCOR QUICKDRAW® - Alkaline Battery PoweredPowerful suction designed to fit in your ”first in kit”

Quickdraw - Hand Held EMS Suction Unit

Features & Specifications

Quickdraw Features FEATURES:

  • Lightweight, portable suction device
  • Fits in airway or first in bag
  • Powered by Alkaline Batteries that do not require a charger
  • Use off-the-shelf batteries to power the Quickdraw
  • UCLA Center For Pre-hospital Care Suction Study detailing the suction efficiency of the Quickdraw
  • Vacuum setting >500mmHg or approximately 80 - 100mmhg
  • Clearly labeled battery condition indicator
  • 1 year warranty
  • IPX4 rating for protection against ingress of fluids
  • Use as a handheld or traditional suction device with tubing, tips and catheters

Quckdraw Specifications SPECIFICATIONS:

Performance: Maximum negative pressure >500mmHg;
Low negative pressure setting approximately 80 - 100mmHg
Dimensions: 10.5” L x 4.5” H x 4.35” W
27cm L x 11cm H x 11cm W
Weight: 2.6 lbs or 1.18 kg

Alkaline Battery Pack
180 minutes run time at full capacity

Alkaline Battery Holder (10x’AAA’)
60-100 minutes run time with fresh ‘AAA’ alkaline batteries

Collection Canister: 300 cc/ml capacity: 99.98% bacterial effective filter

Standard Items Included With Quickdraw STANDARD ITEMS INCLUDED WITH PRODUCT:

Alkaline Battery Pack, one ‘AAA’ battery holder, disposable - one time use canister with 1m patient tube, Hi-D® suction tip and Quickstart Guide.

Quickdraw Conforms To CONFORMS TO:

ETL listed, conforms to ISO 10079-1 UL 60601-1, IEC 60601-1, EN 60601-1-2, CSA C22.2, No. 601.1 - M90, IPX4 per IEC 60529.

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Blog: Five Purchasing Considerations for a Pharyngeal Suction Device

"Transportability: Portable suction units now come in a variety of sizes, so think about how the unit will be carried onto emergency scenes. Larger units can be easily toted on their own and can accompany other ALS equipment onto critical scenes. If you’d prefer to include your suction unit as part of your airway or trauma bag, a smaller, more compact unit might be a better fit. The size and weight of your suction unit will impact its transportability, so think ahead before deciding.

Always Have a Backup: The number of portable suction units that your agency requires will also need to be taken into consideration. Surely, you will require at least one unit per ambulance/rescue, but what if a unit is damaged? Be sure there are plenty on reserve so that damaged or missing units can be replaced immediately."

SAM D. SAY - NOV 24, 2016





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