S-SCORT® lll Portable Suction UnitRugged, Reliable, and Economical

S-SCORT III Portable EMS Suction Unit

Features & Specifications

Features FEATURES:

  • Lightweight, durable portable suction device
  • Vinyl coated nylon over foam construction
  • Inexpensive to purchase and maintain
  • Powered by rechargeable sealed lead acid batteries
  • >30 LPM clinical airflow
  • Two position regulator providing a vacuum selection of >525mmHg or 120mmHg +/- 15%
  • 1 year warranty

Specifications SPECIFICATIONS:

>30 lpm clinical airflow, > 525 mmHg vacuum
Dimensions: 8"H x 7"W x 11"L (20.3cmH x 17.8cmW x 27.9cmL)
Weight: 7 lbs. (3.18 Kgs.)
Power Source: Internal Battery or DC power cord connected to vehicle
Battery Run Time: 30-45 minutes when fully charged
Charger: 115V AC to 12V DC dual mode charger
Chassis: Durable closed cell foam and vinyl wipe down fabric
Regulator: Two position

Standard Items Included With Product STANDARD ITEMS INCLUDED WITH PRODUCT:

Dual Mode Charger, DC Power Cord, canister, 2m patient tube, Hi-D® suction tip and Quickstart Guide.

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Blog: 4 Types of Suction Aspirators

"Portable emergency suction devices allow doctors, first responders, and other healthcare workers to go directly to the patient, without the risks and delays inherent in moving the patient. They offer suction similar to that of a wall-mounted unit, but without tying a first responder to the ambulance.

The right portable emergency suction device has a long battery life, is compatible with a variety of attachments, and delivers consistent, reliable suction."

SAM D. SAY - JUN 17, 2021



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Warning WARNING:
This device contains a Sealed Lead Acid Battery. Sealed Lead Acid Batteries contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Batteries also contain other chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.