Negative Pressure Instrument Frequently Asked Questions
What is the suction chamber?
Can the blister formation be observed?
Is the blister formation procedure painful?
What attaches the suction chamber to the patient's skin?
Are differently designed suction chambers available?
Do I have to use all the chambers simultaneously?
What is the warm up time for a chamber?
What are orifice plates?
What are the differences in the orifice plate letters?
How many holes can be in one orifice plate?
How many blisters can be made in one session?
Is there a problem making many blisters in one session?
Can I make my own orifice plates?
What are Custom Templates?
Why are they used ?
Can they be used with the standard orifice plates?
How much difference in sizes is recommended?
How are the cells constructed in the Custom template?
How can the tops of the templates be closed?
How are the templates attached to the patient?
What is the temperature of the orifice plate?
What controls the orifice plate temperature?
Do I have to recalibrate the instrument temperature?
Is a calibration kit available?
What creates the vacuum?
We have a vacuum system in our facility, can it be used?
What are the electrical requirements?
What electrical tests are performed to assure safety?
Do I need a 'Hospital Grade' power cable?
Will the Negative Pressure Instrument work overseas?
How soon can the unit be shipped?
Do you accept purchase orders?
How do you ship the unit?
Will you accept funds transfer?
Is this instrument approved?
Who uses this instrument?
What if I have problems with the unit?
What is the warranty?
What about out of warranty repairs?
What else should I know about Electronic Diversities?