North Texas Plumbing Is Offering Medical Gas Plumber Services In Dallas Fort Worth

Download as PDF Single Release RSS Feed
Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Email

Hospital administrators and medical practitioners who are looking for a certified and experienced medical gas plumber to build, repair, or maintain the medical gas infrastructure in their medical facility located in the Dallas Fort Worth area can turn to the services offered by North Texas Plumbing.

Medical gases are the backbone of the patient care infrastructure in a medical facility. There are a lot of different gases that are currently used in a medical setting in the modern healthcare landscape. These include oxygen, medical air, nitrous oxide, nitrogen, instrument air or surgical air, carbon dioxide, medical vacuum, waste anesthetic gas disposal or anesthetic gas scavenging system, and medical gas mixtures. Each of these serves a crucial role in ensuring that the patient is given the support they need to pull through a difficult situation. These gases can be used to directly provide the patient with the help for breathing normally when their ability to properly pull air is impeded or obstructed due to a medical condition or the gases can be used to run several pieces medical of equipment that are providing auxiliary services that keep the patient alive through a critical phase.

medical gas piping

Oxygen may be used for patients requiring supplemental oxygen via a mask. At large hospitals that serve hundreds of patients and have to provide oxygen to several ICUs and operating theaters at once, a vacuum insulated evaporator or bulk tank is used. It is a large storage system of liquid oxygen at the hospital which is evaporated into a concentrated oxygen supply. In small medical centers with a low patient capacity, oxygen is usually supplied by a manifold of multiple high-pressure cylinders. In areas where a bulk system or high-pressure cylinder manifold is not suitable, oxygen may be supplied by an oxygen concentrator. A relatively new development is the on-site production of oxygen.

Medical air is compressed air supplied by a special air compressor, through a dryer to maintain correct dew point levels, and distributed to patient care areas by specialty copper pipes. In smaller facilities, medical air may also be supplied via high-pressure cylinders. Nitrous oxide is supplied to various surgical suites for its anesthetic functions during preoperative procedures. It is delivered to the hospital in high-pressure cylinders and supplied through the medical gas piping system. Some bulk systems exist but are no longer installed due to environmental concerns and overall reduced consumption of nitrous oxide.

Nitrogen is typically used to power pneumatic surgical equipment during various procedures and is supplied by high-pressure cylinders. Similar to nitrogen, instrument air is used to power surgical equipment and is generated on-site by an air compressor similar to a medical air compressor rather than high-pressure cylinders. It is typically used for insufflation during surgery and in laser surgeries. Medical vacuum in a hospital supports suction equipment and evacuation procedures, supplied by vacuum pump systems exhausting to the atmosphere. The vacuum will fluctuate across the pipeline but is generally maintained. Waste anesthetic gas disposal, or the anesthetic gas scavenging system, is used in hospital anesthesia evacuation procedures. Although it is similar to a medical vacuum system, some building codes require anesthetic gases to be scavenged separately. Scavenging systems do not need to be as powerful as medical vacuum systems.

Finally, certain gas mixtures are used for clinical and medical applications. They are often used for patient diagnostics such as lung function testing or blood gas analysis. Test gases are also used to calibrate and maintain medical devices used for the delivery of anesthetic gases. In laboratories, culture growth applications include controlled aerobic or anaerobic incubator atmospheres for biological cell culture or tissue growth. Controlled aerobic conditions are created using mixtures rich in oxygen and anaerobic conditions are created using mixtures rich in hydrogen or carbon dioxide.

Commercial plumbers in Dallas Fort Worth Texas, North Texas Plumbing provides medical gas piping installation for hospitals, medical offices, health care facilities, emergency rooms, veterinary offices, veterinary surgical centers, operating rooms, and more. The company can be contacted at the phone number 817-371-0709 or the email address

Download as PDF Single Release RSS Feed
Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn Email

About North Texas Plumbing :

Commercial plumber in Dallas Fort Worth Texas specializing in grease trap installation and repair, medical gas piping, oxygen piping, nirtous oxide plumbing for medical, dentist offices, surgery centers hospitals. Plumber for property managers, apartments

Contact North Texas Plumbing:

Marc Sims

North Texas Plumbing
5816 Maurie Dr
Watauga, TX 76148


Additional News Releases From North Texas Plumbing:

December 06, 2022North Texas Medical Gas Plumber Continues to Get 5-Star Reviews for This Service

November 21, 2022Medical Gas Piping Installation Available In Texas

October 28, 2022North Texas Plumbing Serves Medical Gas Piping Installation Needs in Dallas Fort Worth Area

October 07, 2022North Texas Plumbing Provides Certified Medical Gas Plumbers in the Dallas Fort Worth Area

October 05, 2022North Texas Plumbing Is the Most Reliable Plumber for Property Managers in and Near Dallas, Texas

September 26, 2022North Texas Plumbing Now Has Medical Gas Installers

September 14, 2022North Texas Plumbing Reflects On The Effect Of Inflation On The Cost Of Medical Gas Piping Installation

September 02, 2022North Texas Plumbing Is Advising DFW Metro Medical Facilities On Picking The Right Medical Gas Installers

August 30, 2022When in Need of a Plumber for Property Managers of Apartment and Multifamily Complexes, North Texas Plumbing Delivers

August 26, 2022Plumber For Property Managers Near Dallas Texas Now Specializing in Multi-Family Complexes