Specifications

Hospital Oxygen :

Oxygen is vital in all hospitals, and this has led focus of associated individuals and managers in the hospital.

For more information, we will get acquainted with three methods of using oxygen in the hospital

1-Oxygen Capsule:

It is one of the oldest methods, which is still a good alternative to the needs of hospitals

Advantages:

  • No need for electricity
  • No need for repairs
  • High purity
  • No pressure drop
  • Continuous operation
  • Low capital cost

Disadvantages:

  • Need to change daily or weekly
  • High cost for charging
  • High pressure and associated hazards
  • Uncertainty of having full or empty tank
  • Required space of 3 square meters
  • Replacement of valves
  • Required periodic tests

 

2-oxygen tank:

It is one of the oldest methods, which is still a good alternative to the needs of hospitals

Advantages:
• No need for electricity
• No need for repairs
• High purity
• No pressure drop
• Continuous operation
• Low capital cost

Disadvantages:
• Need to change daily or weekly
• High cost for charging
• High pressure and associated hazards
• Uncertainty of having full or empty tank
• Required space of 3 square meters
• Replacement of valves
• Required periodic tests

 

3-Oxygen genenator:

A high-performance equipment that separate oxygen from the air using zeolite.

Advantages:
• No need to charge
• No need to be replaced
• Low pressure and low associated hazards
• No need to carry
• Guaranteed performance up to 10 years

Disadvantages:
• Low purity in high utilization
• Pressure drop
• Expensive and long-term repairs
• Requires electricity
• Requires operator
• Requires maintenance room
• High capital cost compared to oxygen tanks and vessels
• Need for continuous service
• Noise pollution
• Replacement of zeolite in the long run
• Required space of 4 square meters

Technical Information

The hospital liquid oxygen tank is a static device that works without the need for electricity and the operator.
These tanks are installed on a foundation in a hospital and using oxygen carriers, the oxygen fluid is charged in the tank. By opening the valve, the liquid oxygen with the pressure set in the pipeline flows towards the central board and then transmits to the consumer segments.
The only activity required at this time is to check the liquid level gauge weekly, which indicates the full percentage of liquid oxygen in the tank. If this gauge is between 20% and 30%, the next charge must be ordered. The purity of oxygen in these conditions will be constant and due to the pressure regulator, the pressure drop does not occure even at the highest level of consumption.

Some important points

Where to buy Liquid Oxygen?

There are more than 120 plants in Iran that can supply oxygen to the hospital.
In some small cities, there may not be these liquid oxygen production plants, but this is not worrying. Liquid oxygen transportation vehicles are active throughout Iran and carry oxygen to the most remote parts of Iran.

Price per kilo of liquid oxygen ?

Each kilo of liquid oxygen in Iran is priced at about 600 USD in urban areas and 800 USD in remote areas.
It should be noted that this amount is not deductible based on the cost of site unloading and shipping costs.

How much space is needed ?

Contrary to some imaginations, the reservoir space requirement is about 70 m. The required reservoir area is about 4 x 4 meters, with a diameter of 2.5 m, which is required for the reservoir, and the rest for access around the reservoir.
This space is for a tank with a capacity of 20 tons of oxygen.

What should be the location of the installation ?

The location of the tank should be at the point where the carriage’s access is provided and the 1 hour stop of the carriage in that area does not obstruct the route.
Preferably, the oil and fuel should not be in the tank location (sufficient distance of 2 meters).

pROJECTS

 

Collection name

Amin Hospital

installation location

Iran, Esfahan

Installation year

1396

Type of tank

Oxygen tank

Tank capacity

Z20P16

Specifications

250 beds

 

Collection name

Hazrat Zahra Hospital (AS)

installation location

Iran-Isfahan-Khansar

Installation year

1395

Type of tank

Oxygen tank

Tank capacity

Z10P16

Specifications

120 beds

 

Collection name

Imam Khomeini Hospital

installation location

Iran-Isfahan-Falavarjan

Installation year

1397

Type of tank

Oxygen tank

Tank capacity

Z10P16

Specifications

150 Beds

Collection name

Family Hospital

installation location

Iran, Esfahan

Installation year

1397

Type of tank

Oxygen tank

Tank capacity

Z10P16

Specifications

120 beds

Collection name

Motahari Hospital

installation location

Iran-Isfahan-Foulad Shahr

Installation year

1397

Type of tank

Oxygen tank

Tank capacity

Z10P16

Specifications

160 beds

Collection name

Hojjatieh Hospital

installation location

Iran, Esfahan

Installation year

1397

Type of tank

Oxygen tank

Tank capacity

Z8P16

Specifications

100 beds

Collection name

Razi Clinic

installation location

Iran Tehran

Installation year

1397

Type of tank

Oxygen tank

Tank capacity

Z4P16

Specifications

60 beds

Collection name

Sobhan Health Hospital

installation location

Iran-Tehran-Pakdasht

Installation year

 

Type of tank

Oxygen tank

Tank capacity

Z10P16

Specifications

170 beds

Select the tank

In choosing an oxygen reservoir, the following points should be considered: – Hospital development plan: Due to 40 years of life of a liquid oxygen tank, it is best to consider at least the hospital development plan for the next 3 years – Hospital position: – Crisis management: In the case of crisis management, if the hospital is in an accidental area that may increase the volume of oxygen consumption due to special circumstances once, it is best to consider these cases in the oxygen reservoir selection – the location of the installation: in the hospital The installation site should be checked if there is a possibility to install the oxygen tank in this area! The crane is suitable for placement! And …. Selecting the oxygen reservoir according to each hospital based on the number of surgical, surgical and … operations is done accurately by the experts of the Zimhor Air Company, but the following tables can be used for an initial estimation.

From 0-40 beds (1 ton). First mode: Clinics-Surgical and transplantation centers-Neurosciences and psychotherapy. Second sets that use up to 5 capsules daily. Third state: Oxygen- (They use 1 ton of oxygen for these tank centers)

From 40-80 beds (4 tons). First state: Surgical and transplantation centers. General hospitals. Second: Sets that use up to 20 capsules per day. Third condition: Sets that use a high-oxygen synthesizer (For these tank centers, 4 tons of oxygen is appropriate)

From 80-120 beds (6 tons). First state: Surgical and transplantation centers. General hospitals. Second: Sets that use up to 30 capsules per day. Third condition: Sets that use a high-oxygen oxygenator . (For these centers, the tank is suitable for 6 tons of oxygen)

From 120 to 200 beds (10 tons). First mode: General hospitals. Second: Sets that use up to 50 capsules per day. Third: Sets that use a high-oxygen mixer (for these reservoir centers 10 Tons of oxygen is appropriate)

From 200 to 300 beds (20 tons). First mode: General hospitals. Second: Sets that use up to 100 capsules per day. Third condition: Sets that use a high-oxygen synthesis (for these reservoir centers, 20 Tons of oxygen is appropriate)

More than 300 beds (25 tons). First mode: General and specialized hospitals. Second: Sets that use up to 120 capsules per day. Third condition: Sets that use a high-oxygen synthesizer (for this purpose). The reservoir centers are 25 tons of oxygen.

Financial Estimate – Explaination Project:

The reservoirs stated in the table above are based on the oxygen capacity, for example, a tank (4 tons) containing 4,000 kg of liquid oxygen. The cost per kilo of oxygen with the total shipping cost in Iran is from (6,000 to 8.000) Rial, which is changing due to the distant or close to the provincial capital. The initial charging price of a tank is as follows: 28.000 (Rials) = 7.000 (Rials) * 4000 (Kilogram) If we want to compare this tank with a 40-liter oxygen cylinder, each 40-liter capsule filled at 120 The load is equivalent to 7 kilos of liquid oxygen, the average cost of which is 150,000 (Rials). For a hospital with 20 cups of oxygen per day, it is estimated without taking into account the loading and discharging of capsules for one month. : 90,000,000 (Rials) = 150,000 (Rials) * 20 (capsule number) * 30 (days), which is approximately three times the cost of consuming liquid oxygen tank.