Laservac™ Smoke Evacuation System

Laservac™ Smoke Evacuation Systems offer a versatile smoke plume management solution for today’s operating environments in clinics and theatres. The dangers of surgical smoke plume generated during laser, diathermy, and electrosurgery are well documented and it is strongly recommended that smoke evacuation units be used to protect both patient and healthcare professionals from the potential hazards of surgical smoke.

Walker Filtration recognised a requirement within the medical sector for effective smoke evacuation and developed the Laservac™ product range. Filtration is achieved in three stages – by air passing through a pre-filter and a two stage, high efficiency filter combining ULPA grade media and activated carbon. The combined effectiveness of the smoke evacuator and overall total filtration package provides an efficiency of >99.9999% at 0.01 micron.

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The highest standards of quality are vital for equipment of this nature. Each Laservac™ filter is individually tested to ensure performance and filtration integrity to the highest standards. All electrical controls are safe for medical use and conform to IEC 60101.

The Laservac™ 750 is a portable, lightweight machine, incorporating variable flow capacities making it suitable for use in operating theatre and clinic environments.

  • It also has a primary filter life of 2 hours with a secondary filter life of 6 months
  • A quiet smoke evacuator, with variable flow control
  • Has 99.9999% efficiency at 0.12 micron
  • Efficient odour removal of surgical smoke during general surgery
  • Conforms to international medical equipment standards.
  • Avoid smoke biohazards during general surgery
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FAQs

Laservac 750 is a portable, smoke evacuation unit that is designed for safe removal of hazardous particulates from smoke plume. This smoke is often generated by electrosurgery units, lasers, harmonic scalpels and cold plasma devices.

There are many potential risks associated with surgical smoke, it is important to prioritise smoke evacuation when applicable. The primary risk of surgical smoke plume is inhalation, as surgical smoke poses significant risk as a respiratory tract irritant and mutagen, and as a vector for infectious particles- Smoke plume is made up of both non-infectious and infectious particulate matter. Some potential hazards from smoke plume inhalation: eye irritation, sneezing, Colic, Dermatitis, Leukaemia, Hepatitis, and Neisseria, as well as others.

For a full guide on maintaining your Laservac 750, please contact Air Energy Ltd. Some maintenance information includes; changing the primary filter after each use and the secondary filter at least every 6 months.

For prices on Laservac consumables, please contact Air Energy Ltd for a quotation.

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