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Reliable, precise gas control in the ventilator saves lives

If vital bodily functions, such as breathing, no longer work independently, patients are instructed to use ventilators. These should not only control the mixture of air and oxygen in a precise and reliable manner, but should also support digital communication in documenting treatment with a view to modern medical applications.

The number of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), tuberculosis, asthma or lung inflammation has been on the increase for years. The COVID-19 pandemic has also brought the need for reliable ventilators back into the public eye. This requirement applies equally to intensive care medicine, emergency respiration and anaesthesia.

It can only be guaranteed that the patient is being supplied with sufficient oxygen when the device controls the supply of air and oxygen exactly. Adjustable gas concentrations are just as important as correct volume flow rates and pressure.

Safety and reliability are of increasing importance, in keeping with more efficient treatment processes, as this can reduce the working hours of care staff as a result of manual intervention in the ventilation process. Automatic data logging and management is essential for documenting the correct treatment. This task can be taken on by intelligent systems that work reliably and precisely.

Collaboration with Bürkert will enable you to concentrate on user-friendliness and ventilation modes as a manufacturer. Bürkert will support you with individual fluid technology solutions for mixing and controlling gases as an expert partner. Our experts rely on tried-and-tested, individually combinable standard components in compact designs for this work. By doing this, we then reduce development costs for your requirement profile. We also contribute our expertise in digital data acquisition and processing.

Components that fit optimally

Bürkert employees choose the right concept and measuring procedure based on your specifications, and develop a system from standard components that fits optimally. This saves time and money.

Coordinated components

Optimal gas control is guaranteed for your application. To do this, we use coordinated armature components with very high resolution for the integrated proportional valves.

Reliable delivery

You will receive a compact system that can be used without an additional control unit. Thanks to high production depth and short supply chains, we are a reliable partner, even in times of crisis.

Fit for purpose: Safely design solutions for ventilators

We also analyse processes – because as armature experts, we develop the right solution from customised components to individually tailored systems for your devices. You will find a selection here – you can find out more in a no-obligation consultation.

Digital data recording in ventilators
The requirement: Seamless monitoring and data transfer.
The Bürkert solution: Our gas mixing system can be directly connected to the higher system control, so that parameters such as pressure, volume flow and gas concentration can be permanently digitally recorded and forwarded via all conventional protocols.
Gas control in ventilators
The requirement: Precise and reliable gas control.
The Bürkert solution: Bürkert precisely and reliably controls the mixture of air and oxygen with a tried-and-tested system made from optimally coordinated components.
Dosing of medicines in anaesthesia devices
The requirement: Precise dosing of medicines.
The Bürkert solution: With a compact system consisting of Bürkert standard components, medicines/anaesthetics can be dosed precisely and reliably.
Gas control in anaesthesia devices
The requirement: Precise and reliable gas control.
The Bürkert solution: Bürkert precisely and reliably controls the different gases in the anaesthesia device with an innovative system consisting of optimally coordinated components.
Digital data recording in anaesthesia devices
The requirement: Seamless monitoring and data transfer.
The Bürkert solution: Our gas mixing system can be directly connected to the higher system control, so that parameters such as pressure, volume flow and gas concentration can be permanently digitally recorded and forwarded via all conventional protocols.

Bürkert Systemhaus – always open for fluid technology requirements in ventilator technology

Precision devices are expensive and take a lot of time. Rely on the expertise of our fluidics specialists and operate more efficiently. We listen, analyse and develop future-oriented products and customer-specific application solutions until they are ready for series production. You and your projects are welcome in the Systemhaus at any time – whether on-site, over the telephone or virtual.

  • Manufacturing ideas

    Experienced consultants, qualified industry specialists and dedicated engineers work directly with you to develop a solution for your project-specific requirements for your ventilators. Thanks to our network of five Systemhaus locations in Germany, China and the US, you can rely on flexible and efficient project management – from the initial idea to the implementation of solutions for your ventilators.

    Direct to the Systemhaus

Demonstrably safe, demonstrably efficient

Up to

1200
mandatory breaths per minute are possible in artificial respiration for premature babies with the electronic gas mixer system by Bürkert.

Suitable for

medicine 4.0
data is communicated in real time, thanks to integrated digital communication for data logging and processing.

Development costs

0
In-house development costs for you as a customer we will support you in reducing your development costs.

Control gases reliably and precisely – a selection of our valves for ventilators

Type 2873

Direct-acting 2-way standard solenoid control valve

Type 2873
  • Excellent range
  • Very good response
  • Compact valve design
  • Orifice sizes 0.8 ... 6 mm
  • Optional: Explosion-protected coil

Type 2875

Direct-acting 2 way standard solenoid control valve

Type 2875
  • Excellent range
  • Very good response
  • Compact valve design
  • Orifice sizes 2...9.5 mm
  • Optional: Explosion-protected coil

Type 6164

3/2 way pneumatic cartridge solenoid valve

Type 6164
  • Compact design with 11 mm width per station
  • Orifices from 0,5 mm (9 bar) to 1,2 mm (1,5 bar)
  • High durability and reliability
  • Low power consumption, as well as optional ATEX Ex ib version
  • Design for optimum integration

From practice – our solutions for ventilators

Learn more about our products and solutions – or talk to our specialists directly.

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