ParaCor Heat Exchanger
ParaCor is a new high performance heat exchanger intended for precise blood and crystalloid cardioplegia delivery.
The highly efficient device has a static priming volume of only 28ml and employs a counter current blood to water flow direction, proven to maximise heat transfer efficiency in a reduced space1,2.
The simple and affective fluid dynamics not only provide a low pressure drop gradient at high flows, it also makes priming the device quick and simple - a process aided further by the innovative holder that allows the device to be inverted during the de-airing procedure.
Benefits & Features include:
A fully transparent design allowing complete visibility throughout setup and use.
A 105µ filter located on the outlet to filter out solution particulates.
Silicone O’Ring and UV adhesive bonds are used for increased safety.
- "Rheopak" surface coating devices and sets are available upon request.
1) Gravlee, G.P., Davis, R.F., Stammers, A.H. and Ungerleider, R.M. (2008) ‘Principles of Oxygenator Function: Gas Exchange, Heat Transfer, and Operation’, in Cardiopulmonary Bypass: Principles and Practice. USA: Wolters Kluwer, p. 57.
2) Zohuri, B. (2007) ‘Flow Arrangement and Passage in Compact Heat Exchangers’, in Compact Heat Exchangers: Selection, Application, Design and Evaluation. Switzerland: Springer International, p. 73.
*Test conducted under BS EN ISO: 7199:2014 guidelines.