Bair Hugger 750 Features
Bair Hugger therapy temperature management units have become the standard of care in forced-air warming. The Model 750 temperature management unit is a forced-air warming unit. It is compact and lightweight and has three temperature sensors. The device includes increased airflow, and a hose-end temperature sensing and microprocessor control for accurate air temperature delivery. Temperature settings track and report forced-air warming therapy duration.
- Hose-end temperature sensing ensures accurate air temperature delivery
- Three temperature sensors and increased airflow for quicker response
- Temperature settings track and report forced-air warming therapy duration
- Over-temperature, calibration, built-in hour meter and fault code reporting via the front panel – no need to open the unit
- Bair Hugger temperature management units are the ONLY forced-air warming systems that can be used with an integrated, cost-effective method of fluid warming – The Bair Hugger 241® blood/fluid warming set
Bair Hugger 750 Specifications
- Size: 12.5” H x 13.5” D x 10” ,W 31.5 cm H x 34 D x 25 cm W
- Weight: 16.3 lb (7.4 kg)
Relative Noise Level
- 55 dBA
- Flexible, compatible with Bair Hugger brand 241 blood/fluid warming system.
- High efficiency 0.2 μm Filter
Recommended Filter change
- Every 12 months or 500 hours of use
- Can be clamped to an IV pole, placed on a hard surface, or mounted to the rolling stand accessory.
Recommended Operating Environment
- Temperature: 15°C-25°C
- Humidity: Max relative humidity 80% (up to 31°C) decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40°C
- Altitude: Max 2,000m
- Electronically Controlled
- 1,644 BTU/hr (average), 482 W (average)
- Average Temperature at the end of the hose:
- High: 43°±1.5 °C 109.4°± 2.7°FMed: 38°±1.5 °C 100.4°± 2.7°F
Time to reach Operating Temperature
- 2 – 5 minutes (dependent on blanket model)
- Time required for the contact surface temperature to heat up from 23 ± 2°C to 37°C (73 ± 2°F to 99°F)
- -20°C to 45°C (-4°F to 113°F)
- Store all components in a cool, dry place when not in use.