Switch 2.0 HPC

THE BENCHMARK

Designed for daily use in theatre, intensive care and emergency vehicles, the reusable ERKA. Infusion Cuffs offer sophisticated details and efficient handling. The material used – a polyester fabricand nylon – is ideally suited for efficient pressure buildup followed by uniform emptying of the infusion bag. The infusion cuff has a quality manometer with an ergonomically shaped ball – for rapid pumping. The constant influx of infusion solutions, even in emergency situations, is therefore guaranteed at all times. The ERKA infusion cuffs SWITCH 2.0 HPC are available in two sizes and suitable for all standard infusion bags with a volume of 500 ml or 1,000 ml.


Suitable for the MR environment – on a par with all the other innovative products belonging to the ERKA SWITC 2.0 brand
Transparent – thanks to the transparent net, the bag and its content can be clearly seen
Quality – hook and high quality manometer are included



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Long-Lasting

The mesh fabric of the cuff is durable and resilient. The transparent mesh material allows for a clear view of the bag and its contents.

Hygienic

The removable outer sleeve of the cuff is washable and easy to disinfect.

Skin-friendly

All materials used are dermatologically safe and latex-free.

Switch 2.0 HPC Size Reference
500 ml 822.00000.
Accessories Size Reference
Spare Parts Reference
Pump Ball grey 000.20900
Pump Ball with Reducing Valve, grey 000.21100
Measuring Vessel + Hook 000.30201
Cover 500 ml 822.30000
Cover 1.000 ml 832.30000
Bladder 500 ml 821.30000
Bladder 1.000 ml 831.30000
Accessories Size Reference
Are there different sizes available?
The ERKA infusion cuffs SWITCH 2.0 HPC are available in two sizes: 500 and 1,000 ml.
For which infusion bags are the ERKA hpc suitable?
ERKA high pressure cuffs are suitable for all standard infusion bags.
Are ERKA hpc mr-conditional?
As part of the innovative ERKA. Switch 2.0 product family, the pressure infusion cuff Switch 2.0 HPC is specially adapted to the particular conditions of the MRI environment.