The EMT Ventilator is designed to flow at UP TO 40 litres per minute during the manually-triggered breath. Unlike most other demand valves the EMT Ventilator offers excellent control during the inspiratory phase of resuscitation, it is capable of allowing a "ramping up" the flow rate during inflation there by greatly reducing the risk of inflating the stomach.
During the spontaneous breath, the EMT Ventilator functions to provide minimal work of breathing for the patient with a low initial opening pressure and a built-in pneumatic circuit that provides gas flow as high as 115 litres per minute with pressure limited to 60 cm H20.
If ever a blockage causes the airway pressure to rise the EMT Ventilator offers a superior function of immediately cutting all gas flow and allowing immediate exhalation and depressurisation of the airway. Most other demand valves trigger a warning but do not release the causative agent, the pressure.
This unit has multiple safety feature making it the safest and most sensitive trigger demand valve on the market.