Water manometers – JTM

The water manometer is used to measure and to adjust a low vacuum level (situated between the atmospheric pressure and 90 mbar). It is mainly used in the context of thoracic or tracheal suction but also in neonatalogy. The water manometer should be connected to a vacuum source on the wall either using a direct probe or a rail mounting system. It should be associated with a collection jar and a suction hose.

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Body and graduated rod made of polycarbonate.

Head and bottom made of chromium-plated brass.

Rod graduated every cm, ensuring the vacuum level reading accuracy.

Vacuum measure: water centimeter (cm H2O).

Micrometric-incremented knob.

To be used with our 2 L collection jar equipped with a long plunger tube.

Unit serial number engraved on the body of each water manometerensuring its identification and traceability.

Single or twin configuration


  • 60 cm, allowing a vacuum level adjustment up to 55 cm H2O
  • 100 cm, allowing a vacuum level adjustment up to 90 cm H2O

Standards: AFNOR (French standard), BS (British standard), DIN (German standard), US OHMEDA (American standard), UNI (Italian standard), NORDIC (Scandinavian standard), CARBUROS METALICOS (Spanish standard), DISS (American standard), Czech standard and Korean/Japanese standard. Contact us for other standard.

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