Powerex manifolds are cleaned for use with oxygen. Each system is tested for changeover, triggering alarms and leakage. Each unit is designed and prepared for the indicated gas service. Powerex manifolds are built in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association and Compressed Gas Association guidelines.
Portable bulk vessel x Portable bulk vessel Manifold
Microprocessor-based control panel
Electronic monitoring of circuits
Compatible with Powerex T-Net medical gas monitoring system
Dual Line Regulators
Economizer software, Economizer hardware
Accurate, long life pressure transducers for monitoring of line pressure and bank pressures
Analog gauges also provided for use in event of power failure
Circuit board triggers all required NFPA 99 alarms
Field upgradeable design
CGA 540 Oxygen service
50 psi delivery
Built by Powerex in Harrison, OH
5 year warranty on parts, 2 year warranty on labor
Line pressure sensor may be mounted inside the cabinet or remotely located to eliminate the need for a high/low pressure switch for master alarm operation – no need to purchase a high/low pressure switch or DISS union
Electronic monitoring of circuits with up to 20 error, alarm or information messages
May be field converted for lower or higher flow line regulators or for use with high pressure cylinders
Includes 3/4” source or main line ball valve with copper tube extension, part number PX-48-0023
Reserve Oxygen manifolds (sold separately – RWP or RSP series) supplied with copper pigtails (stainless flexible pigtails supplied for other gas services)
• Double “Z” bracket for one man installation.
• Unit of measure switching (psi, kPa, BAR).
• Dual line pressure regulators
• Cabinet weight 70 lbs.
• Input power 120 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz – single point connection.
• OSHPD Seismic Certified, OSP-0380-10.
The NFPA 99 compliant digital, fully automatic manifold is a Powerex LL series. No manual resetting of valves or levers shall be required. The unit switches from Primary to Secondary bank without fluctuation in-line delivery pressure. Simultaneously, the “Secondary in Use” alarm is triggered by the manifolds microprocessor. The manifold shall continue to provide gas, in the event of a power failure, until both banks are
After the switchover, the secondary bank shall then become the Primary. The manifold circuit board shall also trigger the “Emergency Reserve in Use” and the “Emergency Reserve Low” alarms when used with PX-14-3001 & PX-14-3002 transducers (supplied separately). The manifold shall be capable of being converted for lower or higher flow line regulators or for use with high pressure cylinders.
The microprocessor based control panel shall incorporate LED’s and an illuminated text display and shall provide electronic monitoring of circuits with up to 20 error, alarm or information
messages displayed for ease of maintenance. The illuminated text display is readable even in poor
lighting conditions. Analog gauges are provided so that line and both bank pressures may be observed in the event of a power failure. The control panel shall also incorporate a set of LED’s for each bank, green for “Bank in Use”, amber for “Ready” and red for “Empty”.
Working closely with customers for over 40 years, Broward A&C has always risen to meet the needs of our customers. Our knowledge of all products enables us to provide outstanding customer service, always.