Penlon Excited to Meet New Partners at Arab Health
Penlon is excited to once again have a significant presence at Arab Health 2014 and is looking to grow its already well-established and successful worldwide dealer partnerships
Abingdon, UK Dec 2, 2013 — Penlon Ltd, the UK’s largest manufacturer of anaesthesia delivery systems, is excited to once again have a significant presence at Arab Health 2014 and is looking to grow its already well-established and successful worldwide dealer partnerships. F
Join us on the booth to trial the Penlon Prima 460 and Prima 450 Anaesthesia systems and find out how you can win a Limited Edition Diamond Jubilee coin as your own souvenir of Queen Elizabeth’s reign.
On display on both the Penlon stand and the theatre suite on the ABHI stand is the new Penlon Prima 460 Anaesthesia system as well as other equipment. Packed full of features, the Prima 460 is the flagship model from the new Prima 400 series range, incorporating cleverly configured options for worldwide territory registrations and distribution. Clinicians will appreciate the generous work space and choice of two or three station Selectatec® compatible backbar, aiding maximum flexibility, ease of use and comfort. The Prima 460 on display is equipped with the SP M5 patient monitor, the latest generation Penlon patient monitor offering the highest level of performance and flexibility for theatre applications.
Also displayed is the award winning, Penlon Sigma Delta vaporizer. Sigma Delta delivers accurate concentrations under varying conditions of flow rate and temperature, particularly at low flow, and is service free over the first 10 years in service.
Also featured is the Penlon Diamond Fibrelight Laryngoscope. Fully interchangeable and internationally compatible blade and handle, this laryngoscope system provides brighter light, premium quality and performance for life.
As you would expect from a company with over 70 years dedicated experience Penlon devices feature intuitive user interfaces that require minimal operator training, putting clinicians in control, enabling them to focus on what is most important – patient safety and wellbeing.