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Re: elevated vacuum pumps – USA

Tandem O&P

Thanks to all who have sent me info, but I need more detail please:

1) What mmHg does the unit draw?
2) Is the unit electronic or mechanical?
3) Does the unit have to be installed upon initial fabrication or can it be
retro-fit?
4) Does the unit offer shock absorbtion?
5) Is the unit waterproof or water resistant?

I am going to compile the info as I said and then make it available to the
listserv. Not sure what formats I can post here, but my intial plan is an
Excel document. As I run my own practice and will be at the O&P annual
meeting in Boston next week, I do not think thethe information will be
compiled and posted until sometime during the week of September 12th.

More soon…

Lisa Schoonmaker, CPO

On Mon, Aug 29, 2016 at 10:38 AM, Tandem O&P wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
>
> I am looking to put together a comprehensive list of all elevated vacuum
> components currently available in the USA. I want to include electronic
> and mechanical options. I welcome responses from both practitioners and
> manufacturers. Once I have the list compiled I will post for all.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Lisa Schoonmaker, CPO
>

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